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THE GIFT OF 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT, No. 3, 



EEPORT OF THE LIBEARIAN 



OF THE 



STATE LIBEAEY, 



FOB THE 



YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1891, 



AND 



TWELFTH ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT 



TO THE GENERAL CATALOGUE. 



BOSTON : 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 
1892. 



' V 



TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LIBEARY. 



ARTHUR LINCOLN . .. ' . 

EDWARD E. HALE Bostok. 

STEPHEN O'MEARA Boston. 



JOINT STANDING COIIITTKI 01 THK LIOISIATUKE, 1891. 



X 



Messrs. JOHN W. COVENEY, Cambridge, ) ^, , ^ 

. .«^^^ x^«r T. f Qf^ Senate. 

AARON LOW, Essex, j "^ 






Messrs. CHARLES S. ENSIGN, Watertown, 

WELLINGTON E. PARKHURST, Clinton, 

FREDERICK H. GILLETT, Springfield, 

S. STILLMAN BLANCHARD, Boston, \ Of the House. 

CHARLES T. FLETCHER, Lancaster, 

HENRY C. HALL, Waltham, 

RICHARD F. McSOLLA, Boston, 



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OFFICERS OF TIE IIBEAET. 



JOHN W. DICKINSON . 
C. B. TILLINGHAST . 
Miss ELLEN M. SAWYER 
Miss MARIA C. SMITH ^ 
MiBS ALICE L. MUNROE 
Miss JENNIE W. FOSTER j 



Librarian ex officio. 
Acting Librarian. 
Principal Assistant. 

Assistants. 



182096 



(2I^0mm0nfajtaIt]fe[ 0f Plassarl^usjetts* 



LIBRARIAIN^'S REPORT. 



To the Honorable Legislature of Massachusetts. 

The Librarian of the State Library, in accordance with 
sect. 21 of chap. 5 of the Public Statutes, submits the fol- 
lowing report for the year ending Sept. 30, 1891 : — 

Additions. 

Number of Volumes added to the Library from Oct, J, 1890, to 

SepL 30, 1891, 

By purchase 1,411 

domestic exchange . . . , 428 

foreign exchange 85 

donation 993 

officers of government 87 

8,004 

Pamphlets. 

Bypmxjhase 537 

domestic exchange . 437 

foreign exchange ■ , , 51 

donation 8,188 

officers of government 371 

4,584 
Maps 29 



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C0mm0nfajjeaIl]fe[ 0f P^assarl^usjells* 



LEBRABIAN'S REPORT. 



To the Honorable Legislature of Massachusetts. 

The Librarian of the State Library, in accordance with 
sect. 21 of chap. 5 of the Public Statutes, submits the fol- 
lowing report for the year ending Sept. 30, 1891 : — 



Addftions. 

Number of Volumes added to the Library from Oct, J, 1890^ to 

Sept, 30, 1891, 

By purchase 1,411 

domestic exchange 428 

foreign exchange . . . . 85 

donation 993 

officers of government 87 

3,004 

Pamphlets, 

By purchase 537 

domestic exchange 437 

foreign exchange - . • 51 

donation 3,188 

officers of government 371 

4,584 

Maps 29 



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By the foregoing account, which embraces the library 
year from Oct. 1, 1890, to Sept. 30, 1891, inclusive, it will 
be seen that the receipts and expenditures may be aggre- 
gated as follows : — « 

Receipts. 

Drawn from appropriations for 1889 f 27 00 

Drawn from appropriations for 1890 ..... 5,743 14 

f5,770 14 

EXPENDrrUBES. 

Books, periodicals, pamphlets and maps |4,991 23 

Binding • 707 49 

Messenger and other expenses 71 42 

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15,770 14 

The amount expended for books, periodicals, pamphlets 
and maps each year, for the last ten years, has been as 
follows : — 

1882 13,302 41 

1883 3,452 30 

1884 2,763 85 

1885 4,259 01 

1886 3,244 90 

1887 4,553 71 

1888 4,875 47 

1889 4,949 45 

1890 5,415 41 

1891 4,991 23 



Growth of the Library. 

The following table of comparisons will show at a glance 
the annual additions that have been made to the library 
during the past ten years, and the general classification of 
sources from which they were received : — 



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1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 9 

The preceding statistics, together with the following 
catalogue of additions, will show in summary and in detail 
the accessions during the year, and a careful study of 
them will enable any one to see in what direction the 
library is being developed and enriched, and in what 
measure it keeps pace with the daily demands upon a refer- 
ence library. 

Newspapers. 

In the annual report for 1879 — the first report made by 
the present custodian — attention was called to the value and 
importance of the preservation of newspapers in the follow- 
ing words : — 

"The library now possesses valuable files of several of the 
daily newspapers published in the city of Boston ; but the press 
of other sections of the State is almost entirely unrepre'sented. 
If a suitable room could be provided, and assurance given that 
the files would be suitably bound and preserved, it is probable 
that many, if not all, the publishers of local newspapers through- 
out the State would gladly contribute their issues, and assist in 
the formation of a collection that would be of inestimable value in 
the illustration of the local history and progress of the State. 
Such a collection would afford the richest mine of materials for 
the student of our history or political and social economy. No 
such collection, upon any systematic and adequate scale, has 
ever been attempted in the State ; and, as there is no one depart- 
ment of the library more frequently called into requisition than 
its newspaper files, a general collection of the issues of the peri- 
odical press throughout the State would greatly enhance its 
value." 

Some quite important additions have been made since that 
time, and among them are several files that have been con- 
tributed by individuals ; of these the most notable collection 
has been given by the venerable historian, Rev. Lucius R. 
Paige, D.D. The following list of the files of newspapers 
now in the library may be found of interest : — 



10 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 



List of Ifewspapers in the State Library, 

Andover Townsman. [Weekly J Oct. 14; 1887 to 1891+.* 
Ayer, Mass. Turnbb*s Public Spirit. [Weekly.] Jan. 2, 1886 

to 1891+. 
Barnstable Patriot. [Weekly.] Jan. 5, 1886 to 1891+. 
Barre Gazette. [Weekly.] Jan. 5*, 1872 to Dec. 1890. 
Boston Castigator. [Weekly.] Aug, 7 to Dec. 11. 1822. 
Boston Chronicle (or Independent Chronicle). [Weekly and 

semi-weekly.] Dec. 21, 1767 to June 7, 1770; June 22, 1775 

to Dec. 28, 1807. 
Boston Cultivator. [Weekly.] Jan. 12, 1839 to Dec. 25, 1841 . 
Boston Daily Advertiser, 1829 to 189 1-(-. 
Boston Daily Atlas, 1832 to 1856. 
Boston Daily Courier, Jan. 1862 to June, 1863. 
Boston Daily Evening Traveller, 1850, 1857 to 1891+. 
Boston Daily Globe, 1872 to 1891+. 
Boston Daily Herald, 1881 to 1891+. 
Boston Evening Record, Aug. 14, 1891+. 
Boston Evening Transcript, 1849 to 1850, 1861 to 1864. 
Boston Gazette. [Weekly.] 1765, 1767 to 1774. 
Boston Journal. [Daily.] 1857 to 1891+. 
Boston Patriot. [Daily.] June, 1817 to June, 1828. 
Boston Post. [Daily.] May, 1844 to 1891+. 

— Columbian Centinel. [Semi- weekly.] Jan. 1785 to March 
17, 1787; June 20, 1787 to 1840. 

— Courier de Boston. [Weekly.] 23 avril to 15 oct., 1789. 

— Herald of Freedom and the Federal Advertiser. [Semi- 
weekly.] 1789. 

— Massachusetts Ploughman. [Weekly.] Dec. 15, 1883 to 
Sept. 29, 1888. 

Cambridge Chronicle. [Weekly.] Jan. 2, 1875 to Dec. 27, 

1890. 
Cambridge News. [Weekly.] Jan. 1881 to Dec. 1884; Jan. 

1886 to Dec. 1890. 
Cambridge Press. [Weekly.] 1866 to Dec, 1890. 
Cambridge Tribune, 1887 to 1890. 
Charlestown News. [Weekly.] March 19, 1881 to Feb. 20, 

1886. 
Dorchester Beacon. [Weekly.] Nov. 30, 1889 to 1891+. 
Georgetown Advocate. [Weekly.] Nov. 29, 1890+. 

* + current. 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 11 

Gloucester Daily Times, June 16, 1888 to 1891+.* 

— Gape Ann Adyebtiseb. [Weekly.] Jan. 7, 1887 to Dec. 
28, 1888. 

Greenfield. Gazette akd Coubieb. [Weekly.] Jan. 1889 to 

1891+. 
HiNGHAM JouBNAL. [Weekly.] 1888 to 1891+. 
Lynn Cmr Item. [Weekly.] Oct. 1, 1881 to 1891+. 
Mablborough Daily Mibbob, Dec. 13, 1886 to May 13, 1889. 
Mabtha's Vineyabd Hebald. [Weekly.] Nov. 3, 1887 to Oct. 

11, 1888. 
New Bedfobd Evening Joubnal, Jan. 1, 1891+. 
New Yobk Evening Post, Feb. 1869 to 189 1+. 
New Yobk Times. [DaUy.] July, 1866 to Dec. 1868. 
New Yobk Tbibune. [Daily.] Jan. 1890 to 1891+. 
NoBTH Adams Tbanscbipt. [Weekly.] Feb. 11, 1886 to 1890. 
Saint Piebbe and Miquelon. [Weekly.] Feoille Officielle dea 

lies Saint Pierre et Miquelon, 1883 to 1891+. 
Salem. Essex Gazette. [Weekly.] 1775. 
SoMEBViLLE JouBNAL. [Weekly.] Jan. 1885 to 1891+. 
Spbingfield Republican. [Daily.] March, 1877 to 1891+. 
Washington Daily National Intelligenceb, July, 1861 to 

June, 1866. 

— Banneb of the Constitution. [Semi-weekly and weekly.] 
Dec. 1829 to Dec. 1832. 

Watebtown Entebpbise. [Weekly.] Nov. 7, 1890 to 1891+. 
WoBUBN Joubnal. [Weekly.] 1880 to 1891+. 
Worcester. Massachusetts Weekly Spy, Sept. 1866 to Sept. 
1881. 

Newspaper Index. 

The modern newspaper covers so wide a field, in addition 
to the news of the world embodying carefully prepared 
special articles upon almost every subject of modem thought 
or material activity; it has become such an encyclopaedic 
treasure-house of information upon all subjects which are of 
interest to the historian- or genealogist, the publicist or the 
student of political, economic or social questions, the mer- 
chant or the mechanic, the scientist or the man of letters^ 
that the advisability of the employment of some competent 
person to make a comprehensive card index to some leading 

• + caiient. 



12 STATE LIBRARY, [Oct/91. 

current newspaper, which shall also embody special features 
and the most important articles in other papers so far as 
may be practicable, is hereby . commended to the careful 
consideration of the Legislature. Such an index would 
save the patrons of the library a vast amount of time which 
is now spent in research, — often to no purpose, — and it 
would render accessible to public use a vast store-house of 
valuable material which is now practically unavailable after 
the day of its publication. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN W. DICKINSON, 

Librarian ex officio, 

C. B. TILLINGHAST, 

Acting Librarian, 



TWELFTH AMUAL SUPPLEMENT 



TO THB 



GENERAL CATALOGUE, 



INOLUDIMe THB 



Additions for the Year ending Sept. 30, 1891. 



■i 



ADDITIONS TO THE STATE LIBRARY 



TOB THX 



Tear ending September 30, 1891. 



Ifote. —The fignreB in braokete at the end of the titles indicate the soarces from which the 
books were received, thas, [I], received by purchase; [2], by exchange; [3], by donation 
(names of individnal donors being added) ; [4], from officers of government. 



Abandoned forms. Sm Massachusetts. Bureau of StatiaHes of Labor. 
Abbot, Edwin Hale. A review of the report npon the physics and hydraulics of 

the Mississippi River, by A. A. Hnmphreys and H. L. Abbot. Boat., 1862. 

8o. 42 p. [2] 
Abbott, Anstin. Brief for the argument of questions arising upon the pleadings on 

the trial of issues of law or fact in civil actions at law, In equity, and under the 

new procedare. N. Y., 1891. 8<*. xxi, 871 p. [1] 

— A digest of New York statutes and reports, Jan. 1, 1890— Jan. 1, 1891, with tables 

of statutes, constitutional provisions, rules of court, and cases dted. N. Y., 
1891. 1. 8o. [1] 

— New cases selected chiefly from the decisions of the courts of the state of New 

York, [1890-91]. With an analytical Index to points of law and practice in the 
standard reports of New York. Vol. 25-26. N. Y., 1890-91. 2 v. 8°. [I] 
Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan and Anstin. A digest of New York statutes and 
reports. New ed., complete to 1873. N. Y., 1886. 6 v. 1. S°. [1] 

YoL 1. Abatement— Caases of action. 

9. Cemeteries — Eviction. 

8. Evidence — Insurance. 

4. Interest — Plank roads. 

a. Pleading — Trover. 

6. Trusts — Writs. — Table of cases. — Index.^. 

— Same. July 1882— Jan^ 1, 1890, by Austin Abbott. Vol. 1-2 of the 2d supplement. 

Vol. 9-10 of the set. N. Y., 1890-91. 2 v. 1. 8<>. [I] 

Contenti. 

Vol. 1. Abatement— Judges. 

9. Judgment— Witness. — Table of citations and cases critldsed. 

Abbott, Edward. The Croswell memorial. Discourse, Saint James's Church, 
North Cambridge, n.p., 1879. 8°. 20 p. [1] 

Abbott, Evelyn, editor. Heroes of the nations. N. Y., 1890-91. 2 y. 12<'. Por- 
traits, iUns., maps. [1] 

ydmelif. 

Abbott, E. Pericles and the golden age of Athens. • 

Fletelier, C. R. L. Oustavus Adolphus and the struggle of Protestantism for existence. 
~ ~ 1, T. Theodorlc the Ooth. 



Abbott, Stephen G. The 1st regiment New Hampshire volunteers in the great 
rebellion : containing map, biographies, portraits and illus. Keene, 1890. 8®. 
Ml p. [1] 



1(5 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Abdy, John Tbomas. Feadalism : Its rUe, progress and consequences. Lectures 
at Oresbam College. [London] . Lond., 1890. 12<>. (I) , xiz, 459 p. [1] 

Abel, Mr». Mary Hinman. The story uf the New England Kitchen. h.t.p. [1H90.] 
16®. 23 p. [3] 

Aberdeen, Scotland. Co-operative Production Conference. Proceed- 
ings of the Conference, held in Aberdeen, 13th-15th April, 1S87, under the 
auspices of the Labour Association of London, and the Aberdeen United Trades 
Council. Aberdeen, 1887. 12<>. (I), 74 p. [I, A, S, Bolles, N. F.] 

Abingdon, Mom, Directoriea. See Fobs, A. £., & Co« 

Abolitionists. See Martineau, H. 

Accidents. See Great Britain. Home Office. 

Acton, Mass. See Fletcher, J. 

— Memorial Library. Dedicatory services of Library building and soldiers' 

tablets. May 24, 1890. With addresses by J. D. Long and others. Bost., 1890. 

8°. 46, (1) p. Plate. [3] 
AcTvorth, W. M. The railways and the traders. A sketch of the railway rates 

question in theory and practice. Lond., 1891. 12*'. 14, 378 p. [1] 
Adams, Mrs. Abigail (Smith). See Ripley, E. 
Adams, Charles Francis. See Wilson, D. M. 
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. Richard Henry Dana. Best., 1890. 2 y. 12®. (5), 

378 p.; (3), 436 p. Portraits. [I] 
Adams, Ezra E. The dead lion ; or, A discourse on the death of Nicholas. Bost., 

1855. 8°. 20 p. [1] 
Adams, Henry. Historicftl essays. N. T., 1891. 12^ (4), 422 p. [1] 

Contents, 

Primitive rights of women. — Captaine John Smith.— Harvard College, 1786-87. — Napoleon 
I. at St. Domingo. — The Bank of England restriction. — The declaration of Paris, 1861. — The 
legal-tender act. — The New York gold conspiracy.— The session, 1869-70. 

— History of the United States during the first administration of James Madison, 

[1809-13] . N. y ., 1890. 2 v. 12°. (5), 428 p. ; (5), 488 p. [1] 

— Same. Second administration of James Madison, [1813-17] . N. Y., 1891. 3 y. 

12°. (5), 417 p. ; (5), 385 p. ; (6), 369 p. Maps. [1] 
Adams, Herbert Baxter. Notes on the literature of charities. Bait., 1887. 8°. 

44 p. (Baltimore Charity Organization Society.) [3] 
Adams, John. The doctrine of equity : a commentary on the law as administered 

by the Court of Chancery. 8th ed., by Robert Ralston. Phila., 1890. 8°. 

839 p. [Ij 
Adams, John Quincy, Pre». of the U. S. The duplicate letters, the fisheries and 

the Mississippi. Documents relating to transactions at the negotiation of Ghent. 

Wash., 1822. 8°. 256, (3) p. [1] 

— An eulogy on the life and character of James Monroe, Boston, 25th Aug., 1831. 

Bost , 1831. 8°. 100 p. [2] 

— An oration, Newburyport, July 4, 1837. Newburyport, 1837. 8°. 68 p. [I] 
Adams, Nehemiah. Assurance of faith : sermon preached before the Convention 

of the Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts, Boston, May 31, 1849. Bost., 

1849. 8°. 20 p. [1] 
Adams, Samuel. See Massachusetts. Commissioners Appointed to Inquire^ etc. 
Adams Academy, Quincy^ Mass. Catalogue, 1874-5. Camb., 1875. 12°. 26 

(i)p. LI] 

Address to the citizens of Norfolk County exposing the absurdity of the present 
war, etc., and showing the necessity of choosing a representative who will vote 
for peace. By a republican of Norfolk. \Anon.] n.p., [1812?]. 8°. 12 p. [3] 

Adeline, Jules. Art dictionary. Tr. from the French and enlarged. lUus. 
Lond., 1891. 12°. vii, 422 p. [1] 

Adoption. See Rattlgan, W. U. 

.<i£]sthetics. See Brooks, £. 

Africa. See Jameson, J. S.; — Lavigerie, C. M. A.; — Stanley, H. M.; — 
White, A. S. 



1891. J PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 17 

Afirican fever. See Broiviiy J. C. 

Ag^ricultural schools. Se^ Massachusetts. Board of Agi {culture . 

Agriculture. See Collier, P.; — Davis, H. G. ; — Grinnelly J. S.;— John- 
son, D.;— Sessions, W. R. 

Aikman, William. The future of the colored race in America. Phila., 1862. 8°. 
35 p. [2] 

Alabama. AgricuUural Experiment Station^ Agricultural and Mechanical Col- 
lege, Auburn. 2d-3d annual report, 1889— Feb. 1891. Montgomery, 1890-91. 
8°. [3] 

Bulletin, no. 18-27. New series, Aug. 1890— May 1891. Montgomery, Auburn, 

[1890-91]. 8^ [3] 

— CanebrfiAs Agricultural Experiment Station^ Uniontoum, [2d] -3d annual report, 

1889-90. Montgomery, [1889] -91. 8°. [3] 
Bulletin, no. 9-U. [May] 1890— Feb. 1891. [Montgomery, 1890-91.] 8°. [3j 

— General Assembly. Acts, 1890-91. Montgomery, 1891. 8°. [2] 

— Geological Survey, E, A. Smith, state geologist. Report on the Cahaba coal 

field, by J. Squire. With an appendix on the geology of the valley regions adj.i- 
cent to the Cahaba field, by E. A. Smith. Montgomery, 1890. 8^. 12, (3) , 189 p. 
Plates and folded map in covers. [3] 

— State Auditor. Annunl report for the fiscal year ending 30th Sept., 1890. Mont- 

gomery, 1890. 8°. [3] 

— Superintendent of Education. 36th annual report, Sept. 30,1890. Montgomery, 

1890. 8°. [3] 

Public school laws, with forms for teachers and oflQcers, and a revised list of 

county' and city superintendents. By Solomon Palmer. Montgomery, 1889. 8°. 
124 p. [3] 

— Supreme Court. Reports of cases, 1889-90. By J. W. Shepherd. Vol. 89-90. 

Montgomery, 1890-91. 2 v. 8°. [2] 

— Weath^ Service. Report, March-Ang., 1891. n.t.p. [Auburn, 1891.] 8°. [3] 
Weather crop bulletin, [no. 24-27], Sept. 6-27, 1890; no. 1-6, 8-10, 12-26, Apr. 

4— May 9, .May 23-30, 1891 ; June 6, June 20— Sept. 26, 1891. n.t.p. [Auburn, 
1890-91.] 8°. [3] 

— See Frazer, P. 

Alabama Military Academy, Huntsville. Catalogue, 1890. n.p., 1890. 8°. 

15 p. [3] 
Alabama State Bar Association. Proceedings, 13th annual meeting, Aug. 6- 

7, 1890. Montgomery, 1891. 8°. [3] 
Aladdin oven. See Atkinson, £. 
Alaska. Governor. Report, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. [3] 

Thanksgiving proclamation, Nov., 1890. [Sitka, 1890.] 4°. (1) p. [4] 

, — See Collis, Mrs. S. M. ; — Pinck, H. T. 

Albany, iV. F. Board of Public Construction. 24th annual report, Aug. 31, 1830. 

Albany, 1890. 8°. [3] 

— High School. Report of the principal, Aug. 31, 1879. Albany, 1879. 8°. 

40 p. [3] 

— Bar. Memoir of William A. Jackson. Albany, 1862. 8^. 40 p. [2] 
Albany and Susquehanna Railroad. Some considerations respecting the pro- 
posed construdtion of the rail-road, Jan. 1852. Albany, 1852. 8°. 19 p. Folded 
map. [2] 

Albany Law Journal. Vol. 42. July 1890— Jan. 1891. Albany, 1890. I. 8®. [I] 

Albro, John Adams. The blessedness of thoi^e who die in the Lord. Sermon occa- 
sioned by the death of Washington Allston, Cambridge, July 16, 1843. Bo8t.» 
1843. 8<>. 27 p. [2] 

Albuquerque Academy, Albuquerque, N. M. Addresses delivered at the dedi- 
cation of the new Academy building, Dec. 30, 1890. Albuquerque, 1891. %°. 
32 p. [3] 

Alchemy. See Bolton, H. C.; — New York, City. Grolier Club. 



18 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Aldeoy Edmnnd Kimball. The lesBon of seTere protracted saffering. Disoonree in 
memory of William P. Walker, Lenox, Not. 14, 1858. Pittsfield, 1868. S®. 

19 p. [1] 

— Missionary motives. Paper, annaal meeting of the American Board, Minne- 

apolis, Oct. 9, 1890. n.t.p, [1890.] 8<>. 7 p. [3] 
Alden» J. Deane, editor. Proceedings at the dedication of Charter Oak Hall npon 

the groands of S. Colt. With addresses by Messrs. Uamersley, Stnart, and 

Deming. Hartford, 1856. 8**. 45 p. Plates and folded maps. [2] 
Alden^ Timothy. Affection for the house of Ood recommended. Sermon, Tar- 

moath, Jan. 1, 1795, opening a new Meeting Hoose. Bost., 1795. 8^. 22 p. [1] 
Aldrlchy Peleg Emory. The legal and constitutional powers of dril government in 

relation to education. Bost., 1878. 8<*. 23 p. [4] 
Alertey vessel. See Knighty E. F. 
Alger, William Ronnseville. An American roioe on the late war in the East. 

Bost., 1866. 8<>. 47 p. [1] 

— The historic purchase of freedom. Oration, Boston, Dec. 22, 1859, 239th anniver- 

sary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. Bost., 1859. 8°. 44 p. [2] 
-^ The lessons of the Jubilee. Discourse, Boston, June 27, 1869. Bost., 1869. 8°. 
22 p. [1] 

— A tribute to the memory and services of the Rev. Theodore Parker. From a 

discourse, Boston, June 3, 1860. Bost., 1860. 8°. 32 p. [1] 

Allatoona, Ga. See Hill, G. W. 

Allegheny County Bar Association. Charter, by-laws and rules, [1891]. 
hJ.p, [1891.] 16®. 63 p. [3] 

Allen, Benjamin B. Christian consolation. Sermon occasioned by the death of 
Mrs. Henrietta Dana, Marblehead, Apr. 5, 1863. h.t.p, [1863.] S°. 41 p. [1] 

Allen, Charles. Mexican indemnity bill. Remarlcs in the House of Beprescnta- 
tiyes [ofthe United States], Feb. 25-26, 1851. nJ.p, [1851.] 8°. 8 p. [I] 

Allen, Joel Asaph. The Ameiican Ornithologists' Union. A seven years' retro- 
spect. Address, 8th congress, Nov. 19, 1890. N. T., 1891. 8°. 19 p. [3, 
Author,] 

AUen, Nathan. The treatment of the insane. Read at the meeting of the Ameri- 
can Social Science Association, Saratoga, Sept. 6, . 1876. Albany, 1876. 8®. 

20 p. [3] 

Allen, Wilices. A sermon, Billerica, Sept. 8, 1823, at the interment of the Rev. 

Henry Cumings. Bost., 1823. sm. S°, 24 p. [1] 
Allerton, Walter Scott. A history of the Allerton family in the United States 

1585-1885, and a genealogy of the descendants of Isaac Allerton. N. Y., 1888. 

8°. 166 p. Portraits. [1] 
Allston, Washington. Exhibition of pictures painted by Washington Allston, 

Harding's gallery, [Boston]. Bost., 1839. 8^ 8 p. [2] 

— See AlhrOy J. A. 

Almanac Am6ricain pour I'ann^e 1803. Paris, [1802]. 24<'. (16), 211, (1) p. 
Portrait and illas. [1] 

Almanach de Ootba, 1891. 128e ann6e. Gotha, [1890]. 24°. Portraits. [1] 

Almanack for the year 1891. By Joseph Whitaker. Lond., [1890]. 12°. [1] 

Almanacs. See Briggs, S. ; — Connecticut almanac ; — lUustrated Fam- 
ily Cbriittian Almanac. 

Almqulst, O. Fr. R6forme p6nitentiaire. Aper9U sur la legislation p^nale et les 
etablissements p^nitentiaires en Su^e. Stockholm, 1872. 8°. 30 p. Folded 
plans. [4] 

Aluminum. See De'wey, F. P. ; — Richards, J. W. 

Ambler, Isaac W. Certificates and testimonials of Sergeant Ambler. n.t,p, 
[1884.] 4°. 8 p. [3] 

Ambrose, Isaac. Christ in the clouds coming to judgment; or. The dissolution of 
all things. Bost., [17— ?J. 16^ 15 p. [1] 

America. Anti^ttUies, See Journal of American ethnology, etc. 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 19 

• 

America, continued, 

— Bibliography, See Clarke, R., & Co. ; — Hunneivell, J. F. 

— Discovery. See De Costa, B. F. ; — Navarrete, M. F. de. ; — Reeves, A. M. ; 

— Slafter, E. F. 

— Politics, See United States. Bureau of the American Republics. 
America, Central. See International American Conference ; — Spanish- 
American Commercial Union. 

America, North. Natural history. See Sargent, C. S. 

America, South. See International American Conference; — Spanish-. 

American Commercial Union ; — United States. Department of State. 
American Academy of Political and Social Science. Annals. Vol. 1, no. 

1-4. July 1890— Apr. 1891. Ed. by £. J. James. Phila., [1890-91]. 4 v. 

so. [1] 

— Supplement to Annals, Feb.-May 1891. Phila., 1891. 8<>. [3] 

Content*. 

Feb. Bllllnvs, J. S. Public health and municipal government. 

]I»r., Hay. JHeltsen, •%. Hlstofy, tbeory, and technique of ttatlstics. Tr. with an 

intn>ductlon by K. P. Falkner. Part 1. History of statistic*. Part 2. Theory and 

technique of statistics. 
Apr. Handbook of the Academy. 

American Annals of the Deaf. Ed. by E. A. Fay. Vol. 35. Wash., 1890. 8°. [1] 

American Antiquarian Society. See Green, S. A. 

American Anti-Slavery Society. Proceedings at its 3d decade, Philadelphia, 

Dec. 3^, 1863. Phonographic report by H. M. Parkharst. N. Y., 1864. S°. 

176 p. [2] 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Proceedings, 

asth meeting, Aug. 1890. Salem, 1891. 8°. [1] 

— Section 1. Economic science and statistics. [Announcement of meeting], 

Washington, Aug. 18-25, 1891. n.t.p. [1891.] 8''. (3) p. [3] 

— See Frazer, P. 

American Asylum at Hartford for the Kducation and Instruction of 
the Deaf and Dumb. Ist biennial report, 74th-75th annual reports, May 9, 
1891. Hartford, 1891. S°. [3] 

American Bankers' Association. Proceedings of the convention, 1889. With 
the cunstitution and by-laws, etc. N. Y., 1889. 8°.. [3] 

— Protection from criminals. Plan proposed at the convention, Cincinnati, 1888. 

h.t.p. [1888.] 8°. p. 6-20. [I] 
American Bar Association. Report, 13th annual meeting, Saratoga Springs, 

New York, Aug. 20-22, 1890. Phlla., 1890. 8°. 898 p. [3] 
American Bible Society. l8t-2d, 6th-10th, 12th-13th, 17th, 24th-25th, 27th, 

30th-3l8t, 37th, 39th-42d, 46th, 47th, 63d-54th annual report, May 1817-18, 21- 

26, 28-29, 33, 40-41, 43, 46-47, 53, 56-58, 61, 63, 69-70. N. Y., 1817-70. 26 v. 

8°. [3] 

— Constitution formed by a convention of delegates. May 1816. With their address 

to the people of the United States, notice of proceedings, etc. N. Y., 1816. 8°. 
20 p. [3] 
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 80th annual 
report, Minneapolis, Minn., Oct., 1890. Bost., 1890. 8°. [3] 

— Brief historical sketch and statistics, 1810-76. Bost., 1876. 8°. 12 p. [3] 

— Exercises at the ordination of five missionaries, under appointment of the Board, 

Chicago, Apr. 18, 1867. Chicago, 1867. 8°. 18 p. [2] 

— Historical sketch of the mission to the Mahrattas of western India. N. Y., 1862. 

8°. 32 p. Map. [2] 

— Historical sketch of the missions of the Board in European Turkey, Asia Minor 

and Armenia. N. Y , 1866. 8°. 46, (2) p. Maps. [2] 

— Report of the committee on anti-slavery memorials, Sept. 1846. Bost., 1815. 8°. 

32 p. [2] 
American Bookseller. Vol. 23. New series. Jan.-July 1888. N. Y., 1888. 
1. 8®. [3] 



20 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

American Coloi&zatlon Society. 74th annual report, 1891. Wash., 1891. 

8«. [3] 
American Cong^gational Aaaociation. SSth annoal report, May 1891. 

Bost., 1891. 8^ [3] 
American Digest, The. Annual, 1890; being y. 4 of the United States digest, 

3d series annuals; also the Complete digest for 1890. St. Paul, 1890. 1. S^. 

(National Reporter System Digests. Annual ser., v. 4.) [1] 
American Economic Association. 4th annual meeting of the Association, 

Dec. 1890. [Program.] n.t.p, [Bait., 1890.] 8^ [3] 

— Hand-book, [1890-91. Bait.] , 1890. sq. IG^'. 87 p. [3] 

— Prize essay on state and local taxation of personal property in the United States. 

[Offer of $250 for the best essay.] n,t.p. [Bait., 1890.] 8°. (1) p. [3] 

— Publications. Vol. 6, no. 5-6. [Bait.], 1890. S°. [1] 

Contents, 

Vol. 5. Ko. 6. Il«liw»b, J. C. Hlitory of the New York property tax. —6. Pmttea, 
S. S. Tbe educational value of political economy. 

— To the members of the Association. [Circular, Jan. 1890, relative to the time of 

holding the next meeting.] nt.p. [1890.] 8<>. (4) p. [3] 
American Educational Year Book. Feb. 1858. Bost., 1858. 8°. yii, 252 p. [3] 
American Federation of Liabor. The A. F. of L. Its origin, [progress,- etc], 

n,tp. [1890.] 8°. (4) p. [3] 

— Call for voluntary assessments. n.t.p. [1890.] 1. 8^. (1) p. [3] 

— [Circular letter] to all local, national and international trade unions in America. 

n.t.p, [188-.] 1. 8°. (1) p. [3] 

— Report of proceedings, 9th annual convention, Boston, Dec. 10-14, 1889. Phila., 

1890. 8<>. 46 p. [3] 
AmericanGeog^rapliicalSociety of New York. Journal. Vol. 22. N. T., 

1890. 8°. [2] 
American Historical Association. Annual report, 1889. Wash., 1890. 8®. 

VII, 427 p. [3] 

— Papers. Vol. 4. N. Y., 1890. 8°. [1] 

Contents. 

Vol. 4. No. 1. Report of the aecretary. — List of members. — Report of the treasurer. — 
Adams, C. K. Recent historical work in the colleges and universities of 
Europe and America.— IITlilte. A. D. A catechism of the revolutionary reac- 
tion.— 2. Qoode, O. U. Tne orinrin of the national sdentiflc and educational 
institutions of the United States —3. Haaon, O. T. The mutual obligation 
of the ethnoloirist and the historian. — 'Williams, T. Historical survivals in 
Horocoo. — Bnrr, G. L. The literature of witcbcrnft. — Scalfte, W. B. The 
development of international law as to newly discovered territory. — Scboaler, 
J. The spirit of historical research. — Snow. F. A defence of congressional 
government.— 4. Samner, J. O. Materials tor the history of the government 
of the Southern Confederacy. —flTarfleld. B. D. The constitutional aspect of 
Kentucky's struggle for autonomy, 1784 92. — Smitli, W. H. The Pelham 
papers, loss of Oswego. — Tireiit, W. 1'. Notes on the outloik for historical 
studies in the south.- Weeden, W. B. Economic and social history of New 
England, 16301789. — Baldwin, S. £. The early history of the ballot in Con- 
necticut. — ford, P. L. Bibliography of the Association. — Stewart, O., Jr. 
Brief notes on the present condition of historical studies in Canada. — UTrlvlit, - 
M. F. The trial and execution of John Brown. — Tyler. L. G. A few tacts 
from the records of William and Mary College. — Dunnlny, W. A. The 
impeachment and trial of President Johnson. — Committees, historical societies, 
etc. 

American Institute of Instruction. 6l8t animal convention, Bethlehem, 
N. H, July 6-9, 1891. [Programme.] n.p., [1891]. 12°. 13 p. Folded 
plate. [3] 

— 61st annual meeting. Lectnres, discussions, and proceedings, Saratoga Springs, 

N. Y., July 7-10, 1890. Bost., 1890. 12°. [3] 
American Institute of Mining Engineers. Transactions. .Vol. 18. May 

1889— Feb. 1890. N. Y., 1890. 1. 8°. Folded map and plates, illus. [3] 
American Iron and Steel Association. Tariff tract no. 1, 1889. n.t.p. 

[1889.] 8°. [1] 

— S«6 Question of tariff re vision. 

American Journal of Arcbasology and of the History of the Fine Arts. Vol. 6. 
1890. Bost., [1890] . 8°. Folded maps, plates. [I] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 21 

American Journal of Insanity. Vol.47. Utica, N. Y., 1890-91. 8<». Portraits. [1] 
American Journal of Numismatics. Vol. 21-25. July 1886— July 1891. Bost., 

1887-91. 6 V. I. 8«. [1] 
American Journal of Science. 3d series. Vol. 40. Jnlj-Dee. 1890. New 

Haven, 1890. 8o. [1] 
American Law Register. New series, t. 29. 3d series, v. 3. 1890. Pbila., 1890. 

8°. [1] 
American Law Review. Vol. 24. St. Lonis, 1890. 8<>. [1] 
American Library Association. Announcements of tlie 11th general meeting, 

Fabyans, N. H., Sept. 9-13, 1890. n,p„ [1890]. 8°. 11 p. [3] 

— Programme of 3d general meeting, at Boston, Cambridge, and Plymouth, June 

30— July 3, 1879. h t.p, [Bost., 1879.] 4°. 7, (1) p. [3] 

— Three papers on library trustees before the Association, 12th annual conference, 

Fabyans, N. H., Sept. 11, 1890. [By J. C. Learned, C. C. Soule and S. S. 

Green.] Bost., 1890. 8°. 27 p. [3] 
American Monthly Microscopical JoumaL Vol. 11. 1890. Wash., [1890]. 

8o. [1] 
American Notes and Queries. Vol.5. May-Oct. 1890. Phila., [1890] . sm. 4®. [1] 
American Oriental Society. Journal, 2d-3d y. ; 4th v. no. 1 extra, no. 2 ; 6th 

V. N. Y., 1851-66. 4 v. in 7. 8°. [3] 
American Ornithologists' Union. See Allen, J. S. 
American Pharmaceutical Association. Proceedings, 38th annual meeting, 

Old Point Comfort, Va., 1890. Also the constitution, by-laws, and roll of 

members. Phila., 1890. 8<». Ill us. [3] 
American Philosophical Society. Proceedings. Vol. 28. Jan.-Dec. 1890. 

Phila., 1890. 8®. [3] 
American Reports, containing all decisions of general interest decided in the courts 

of last resort of the several states, [1869-87]. Albany, 1871-88. 60 v. 8<'. [1] 
with notes and references by I. O. Thompson, y. 1-27; by Irving Browne, ▼. 28-60. 

— Digest of decisions in the American Reports, v. 1-21. With an index of notes, 

by I. G. Thompson. 1870-79. Albany, 1879. 8^'. xxi, 890 p. [1] 

— Same. Vol. 26-48. With an index of notes, by Irving Browne. 1877-84. 

Albany, 1885. 8°. Ix, 760 p. [1] 
~ Index-digest, y. 49-60, and table of cases, v. 1-60. By Irving Browne. San 

Francisco, 1888. 8<>. v, 231 p. [1] 
American School of Classical Studies at Athens. See Archaeological 

Institute of America. 
American Science Series. Advanced course. N. T., 1890. 2 v. 8^. [1] 

Namely, 
JTsmesy W. The principles of psychology* 

— Briefer course. N. Y., 1884. 12®. [1] 

Namely. 
Walker, F. A. Political economy. 

American Social Science Association. Announcement of the general meet- 
ing, Sept. 1880. List of officers and members. May 1880. Amended constitu- 
tion. List of publications. Bost., 1880. 8®. 15 p. [3] 

— Constitution, officers and members, Jan. 9, 1878. n,t.p. [1878.] 8°. 16 p. [4] 
American Society for the Extension of University Teaching. Bulletin 

no. 1. nip, [1890.] 8°. 4 p. [3] 

ContenU, 
No. 1. History of the Pbiladelphia local movement 

— Home study work, n t,p, [1890 ?] 8*». 4 p. [3] 

— [Prospectus.] n,tp. [1890.] 8o. (4) p. [3] 

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 3d annual 

report, 1869. N. Y., [1869]. 8°. Illus. [3] 
American Society of Microscopists. General index to the Proceedings of the 

Society to the end of 1890. h,t.p. [1890.] 8<». 43, (1) p. [3] 



22 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

American Society of Railroad Superintendents. Proceedingg, 7th-19th 
meeting, Apr. 21, 1884-^ct. 7, 1890. v.p., 1884-91. 8°. [3] 

American Statistical Association. Pnblicatioiu. New series, no. 10-14. 
Jane 1890— June 1891. Best., 1890-91. 8<>. [3] 

Contenti. 

No. le. Wrlffltt, C. D. Tbe slady of ttatisttcs In Italian anlvenltlM.— F«lkMer* B. 

P. htatlstlcs of private corporations. — Kevlewfl and notices. — MibCfllany. 
11-lS. ITalker, F. A. Statistics of the colored rare in the United States.— Pldsla, 
C. F. How to make statistics popular.— Cttok, W..F. The study ot retail 
prices In Boston and rlclnliy . — Keviews and notices. — Mtsoellany. 

18. Wadllli, H. O. Tbe growth of cities in MassachusetU. — HoUerlUi, H. 
Kate of natural increase of population In United States. — Oreen* S. a. The 
flrit census of Massachnsetta. — StoTen^, A. C. The commercial death rate. — 
Haclf sUr. T. M. Parliamentary elections in Japan. — Kcvif>ws and notices. 

14. IVrlslit, C. D. A basis for statistics of cost of production. — Priteliett. H. 
S. A formula for predictinff the population of the United States. — JHsieAalajTy 
T. B. Weight and longevity. — CalfeJns, O. N. Some results ot sanitary 
legislation In England since 1875. — Keviews and notices. 

Noa. ^H form t. 3. 

American Steamship Company. Boston and Liverpool. Reports, 1864-65, 

with list of officers, etc. Bost., 1866. 8^. 16 p. [2] 
American Surety Company* See Davis, N. 

American Teacher. Vol. 7. Sept. 1889~Jane 1890. Bost., 1889*90. 4^. [3] 
American Tract Society, Boston. lOtb, 26th, 36th, 69th, 61st annual report, 

1824, 40, 60, 73, 75. Andover, 1824; Bost., 1840-75. 6 y. S° and 12^'. [3] 

— See Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. 

American Tract Society, New England Branch, [1st] annual report, with 
statements and addresses, Boston, May 28, 1861. n,t.p, [Bost., 1861.] 8°. [3] 

American Tract Society, New York. The American Tract Society to its friends. 
Statement of principles and facts. Oct. 1860. N. T., [1860] . 12^^. 24 p. [3] 

— The American Tract Society to the Christian public. n.Up, [N. T., 18—.] 12°. 

24 p. [3] 

— llth-12th, 15th, 2lst, 28th, 34th, 36th, 56th annual report. May 1836— Dec. 

1838, May 1840, 46, 53, 69, 61, 81. N. Y., 1836-[81]. 8 v. 8«. [3] 

— Publications, Dec. 1869. N. Y , [1869]. 8». 80 p. [3] 

American Traveller. [Semi-weeicly.] Jan. 20, Feb. 21, May 22, 1832. Vol. 7, 
no. 59, 68, 94. Bost., 1832. V^» [3, Mrs. Ellen Stone, Lexington,] 

American Unitarian Association. Semi-centennial, with the addresses, the 
annual report of the executive committee, and treasurer's statement, Apr. 30, 
1875. Bost., 1875. 12°. 101 p. [2J 

— [Tracts.] Ist series, no. 133,222,299. Bost., 1838-58. 8°. \Zt Samuel A. Green, 

M.D., Boston.] 

Namely, 

No. 188. Channlnv, W. E. The fhtnre life. 

228. Palfi*ey, J. G. A discourse on tbe life and character of the Bev. Henry Ware, 

Dl). 
800. Brivliam, C. H., and othert. The relation of liberal Christians to a true 

thtiuiogy and a higher religions life, etc. Addresses, 88d anniversary of the 

American Unitarian Association, May 25, 1868. 

Ames, Nathaniel. See Briggs, S. 

Ames family. See Kimball, J. 

Amesbury, Mass, Annual statement of the receipts and expenditures, March 
1858-60. n.p., [1858-60] . Broadsides. [3, John S. Clement, Merrimae,] 

Amesbury and Salisbury Agricultural and Horticultural Society. 
Transactions, 1890, with the secretary's report of iho 27th annual fair. Ames- 
bury, 1891. 8o. [4] 

Amherst, Mass. See Hitchcock, F. H. 

— Mount Pleasant Classical Institute. 4th annual exhibition, Aug. 22, 

1831. h.t.p. [1831.] 8°. 4 p. [I] 
Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. Catalogue, 1890-91. Amherst, 1890. 8°. [3] 

— General catalogue, 1821-90. Amherst, 1890. 8<>. 120 p. [3] 

— Obitnary record of graduates for the year ending June 25, 1890. 3d printed 

series, no. 8. Amherst, 1890. 8<'. [3] 

— Summer School of Languages. [Programme], 15th session, July 7^Aug. 10, 

1891. n.p., 1891. 8«'. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 23 

Amia oalva. See Hopkins^ O. S. 

Ainmen, Daniel. The old navy and the new ; with personal letters from General 

Orant. Phila., 1891. 8^. xvi, 16-ft53 p. Portraits. [1] 
Ammidown, — , and Windmuller, -^. Remarks at the special meeting of the 

Chamber of Commerce, Mar. 11, 1890, New York, to consider the McKlnley bill. 

n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 20 p. [3] 
Amory* J. Economy in fnel. Paper read before the Technological Institute, and 

report of committee thereon. Bost., 1864. 8°. 24 p. lUns. [1] 
Amphibole. See Cross, W. 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 251st-252d annual record, 

1888/89-89/90. Bost., 1890-91. 2 v. 8°. [3] 

Sermon by D. O. Mean, 1889; by W. H. Savage, 1890. 

Anderson, Alexander D., and others. Three Americas Exposition. Arguments 
before the qaadro-centennlal committee of the Senate in support of a bill to pro- 
vide for a Three Americas and World's Exposition at the national capital in 
1892. With introductory remarks by J. W. Douglass, Jan. 10, 1890. Wash., 
1890. 8°. 27 p. [3] 

— Same. [Wash., 1890 ] 8^. 37, (1) p. Plans and illus. [3] 

Anderson, Archer. Robert Edward Lee. Address at the dedication of the monu- 
ment, Richmond, Va., May 29, 1890. Richmond, 1890. 8°. 45 p. [3] 

Andover, Mass. Assessors' valuation of real estate, 1890. Andover, 1891. 8®. 
76, (1) p. [3] 

— Auditors' report of the receipts and expenditures of the town for the year ending 

Feb. 25, 1845, Feb. 26, 1851. Andover, [1845-51]. Broadside. [Z, Robert T. 
SuKtn, Dorchester.] 

— By-laws, 1875. Andover, 1876. 12®. 21 p. [1] 

— Glimpses of Andover. [Anon.] Andover, 1891. obi. 24^. (18) p. Illus. [I] 

— Water Commissionets. 2d annual report, Jan. 12, 1891. Andover, 1891. 
8°. [3] 

— Bradlee Library, Ba;/ar^ Fa/<9. Catalogue, 1886. n.jo., [1886]. 8^ 108 p. [3] 
Catalogue of books added bv H. C. Bradlee. np., 1890. 8^. 8 p. [3] 

-<- Memorial Hall Library. Buili&tin, no. 9. List of accessions, 1889. [With 
17th annaal report of the Librarian.] h.t,p. [1889.] 8^. (1), 87-104 p. [3] 

Rules and regulations. Lawrence, 1873. 8^. 11 p. [3] 

Andover Conference, Andover. See Street, 0. 

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1890. 47eann6e. Paris, 1890. 24^ [1] 



24 STATE LIBRARY. [5cfc. 

Annualre de Legislation ^trangdre. Public par la Sod6t6 de L^slation Comparte, 

contenant le texte des prindpales lols TOt^ei dans lea paya Grangers en 1889. 

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P«ei, S. D. Prehlttoric America. Vol. 3. 

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Arbor Day. See lo'wa. Department of Public Instruction ; — Sew Hampshirea 
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Ohio* Staie Commissioner of Common Schools ; -^ Pennsylvania. Depart- 
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Arbor Day leaves. See Egleston, N. H. 

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Argentine Republic. Presidente del Cr^ito Piiblico Nacional. Demonstration 
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1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 25 

Arkansas. General Assembly, eoniinued. 

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Laws of the territory, comprising the organic laws of the territories of Missonrf 

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ContenU. 

Vol. 1. Biographical section, historical seriei. 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 29 

Bancroft, Habert Howe, continued, 

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32 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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Bible In the public schools. See McAtee, W. A. 

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34 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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Bonds. S^e Warner, A. J. 



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Bonnefoux, L. Extracts from a treatise on the constitution of the United States. 

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Boosal, Mrs. Rebecca M. (Wright). The loyal girl of Winchester, [Va.], Sept. 

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Boston, Ma88. Board of Aldermen. Report of the special committee on use of 

streets by private corporations, Sept. 8, 1890. [Bost., 1890 ] 8°. 35 p. [3] 

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Manual of the statutes and ordinances relating to the public health. Also the 

rules and regulations [of] the department, 1890. Bost.. 1890. 8°. 105 p. [3] 

Statement of mortality for the month of Sept. 1890— Aug. 1891. With an 

abstract of meteorological observations, n.t.p. [Bost., 1890.] 4°. [3] 

— Board of Superviaora. Boston public schools. Examination of candidates for 

certificates of qualification, 1891. [Bost , 1891.] 8°. (4) p. [3] 

— City Clerk, Communication, with statement of autographs and manuscripts pur- 

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Avenue Cemetery, Roxbury. Copied July, 1890, by Garbett & Wood, survey- 
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Documents of the city, 1890. Bost., 1891. 4 v. 8°. [3] 

A memorial of John Boyle O'Reilly. Bost., 1890. 1. 8<>. 67 p. Portrait. [3] 

An ordinance in relation to the Public Library. n.t,p. [1852.] 8°. 4 p. [3] 

Proceedings before a special committee of the Legislature on the petition of 

the city for the introduction of water from Long Pond, t.p.to. Bost., 1845. 8°. 

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Reports of proceedings, Jan. 6, 1890— Jan. 3, 1891. Bost., 1891. sm. 4°. [3] 

Revised ordinances, and the revised regulations of 1890, 10th revision. Bost., 

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Same. Ordinances in addition to and amendment of the Revised ordinances of 

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— City Hospital. 27th report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 

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— Commissioners on the Establishment of a Public Park, Report. Bost., 1874. 

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36 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Boston, Masa.f continued. 

Inaugural address of Thomas N. Hart to the City Cdancil, Jan. 6, 1890. 

[With appendix.] Bost., 1890. 8°. 138 p. [3] 
Message on a public library. n.Lp, [1862.J 8°. 6 p. [3] 

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Contents. 

No. 1. Siwlflt, L. Catalogue of works relating to Benjamin Franklin, including the col- 
lection given by S. A. Green, with the titles of similar works not in the Library. 
X. Kii»pp. W. I. Concise bibliography of Spanish grammars and dictionaries, 
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Bulletins. New series v. 1, whole series, v. 9. Nos. 80-83. Bost., 1890-91. 

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Hand-book for readers. 9th ed. Bost., 1890. 12°. (l),378p. [3] 

See Boston. City Council^ — Mayor, 

— Record Commissioners. [2l8t-22d] report. Bost., 1890. 2 v. 8°. [3] 

Contents. 

Slat. Dorchester births, marriages, and deaths to the end of 1825. 

82d. Statistics of the United States' direct tax of 1798, as assessed on Boston; and the 
names of the inhabitants of Boston in 1790, as collected for the first national 
census. 

— School Committee. Annual report, 1890. Bost., 1890. 8°. [3] 
Instructions to principals, h.t.p. [1875 ?] 8°. 8 p. [3] 

Manual of the public schools of Boston, 1891. Bost., 1891. 16°. 89 p. [3] 

Organization of the public schools of Boston, 1859. Bost., 1859. 8°. 24 p. [3] 

Report on the school for deaf mutes, Sept. 1874. Bost., 1874. 8°. 7 p. [4] 

Rules of the school committee and regulations of the public schools, [1870] , 

72. Bost., 1870-72. 8°. [3] 
See Humphreys, R. C. 

— Special Commission on Taxation. Message of the Mayor transmitting report of 

the Commission. Bost., 1891. 8°. 29 p. Folded sheet. [3] 

— Superior Court. See Supplement to Remarks on " An act," etc. 

— Watenoorks. 15th annual report of the Water Board, Dec. 31, 1890. Bost., 1891. 
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See Eddy, R. H. 

— Historical sketch of Boston, with a glance at its present and prospective pros- 

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See Baxter, S.; — Boston. Board of Trade; — Ernst, C. W. ; — 

Lodge, H. C. ; — Peters, T. M. ; — Quincy, J. ; — Shurtleff, N. B. 

— Adams Nervine Asylum. 14th annual report, 1891. Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Aid to Destitute Mothers and Infants. Report, 1881, 88. n.p.^ [Bost., 

1881-88]. 8°. [3, Samuel A. Green, M.D., Boston.] 

— Asylum and Farm School for Indigent Boys, ThompsorCs Island. Report 

oftheboardof managers, 1891. Bost., [1891]. 8°. [3] 
-> Baltimore Dairy Lunch Rooms. Circular and advertisement. Bost., 
[189-]. 12°. 4 p. [3] 

— Baptist Auxiliary Education Society of Young Men. A sketch of 

the history of the Society, with the constitution and list of members. Bost., 
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— Bar Association of the City of Boston. Constitution and by-laws, 1877, 

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Report of the special committee [on] increasing the usefulness of the Associa- 
tion, Jan. 3, 1885. Bost., 1885. 8°. 18 p. [3] 

Same. 2d report, Apr. 4, 1885. Bost., 1885. 8°. 9 p. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 37 

Bostoiiy Maas.t continued. 

— Benevolent Fraternity of Churches. 29th annual report of. the executive 

committ^, Mar. 1, 1863. Bost., 1863. S°. 56 p. [3, Samuel A. Greeny M.D,, 
Boston.'] 

— Board of Trade. Report on internal taxation, Apr. 10, 1862. Bost., 1862. 

8o. Up. [1] 

Steam communication between Boston and New Orleans, n.p., 1860. 8°. 

8 p. [2] 

— Boston and Albany Railroad Company. 24th annual report of the 

directors. Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 

Library. [l8t]-3d appendix to the catalogue of the library, 1869-72. Bost., 

1869-72. 8o. [3] 

— Boston and Lowell Railroad. Lease by the Northern Railroad of its rail- 

road and property to the Boston and Lowell Railroad Corporation for 99 years 
from May 31, 1884. Bost., 1884 8°. 17 p. [3] 

— Boston and Providence Railroad. Report of the directors, Sept. 30, 1888. 

Bost., 1888. 8°. [3] 
See Old Colony Railroad Company. 

— Boston Baptist Association. Minutes of the Association, Nottingham- 

West, Sept. 18-19, 1816. Bost., [1816]. 8°. [3] 

— Boston Co-operative Building Company. 4th, 7th-10th annual report. 

Bost., 1875, 78-81. 8°. [3, S. A. Green, M D., Boston.] 

— Boston Dental College. 23d-24th annual announcement, 1890-91—91-92. 

Bost., 1890-91. 8°. [3] 

— Boston £xecutive Business Association. Report of special committee on 

taxation, Oct. 21. 1889. Bost., 1889. 8°. 32 p. [3] 

— Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad. See Graves, T. E. 

— Boston Manufacturing Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Special 

circular. No. 32, 33, 35. Bost., 1890. 4°. [3J 

— Boston University. President's annual report [for the year ending Sept. 15, 

1890] . Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 
The twenty years of Boston University, 1869-89. 15th annual report of the 

President. Bost., 1890. 8°. [3] 

Yearbook. Vol. 18. Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 

School of Medicine. 18th-19th annual announcement and catalogue, Aug. 

1890-91. [Bost., 1890-91.] 8°. [3] 

— Bostonian Society. Proceedings, annual meeting, Jan. 1891. Bost., 1891. 

8°. Illus. [3] 

— Bowditch Library . Report of the proprietors. Bost., 1841. 8°. 16 p. [2] 

— Bowdoin Street Church. The articles of faith and covenant, with list of 

meml>er8. Bost., 1833. 8°. 40 p. [2] 

— Brattle-Square Church. See Lothrop, S. K. 

— Channlng Home. Report, no. 23, Mar. 31, 1891. Bost., 1891. 12°. [3] 

— Charles River Embankment. See Davenport, C. 

— Chauncy-Hall School. Report for the annual exhibition, Dec. 28, 1860. 

Bost., 1860. 12°. 12 p. [1] 

— Children's Aid Society. 26th annual report, June 1889— June 1890. Brook- 

line, 1890. 8°. [3] 

— Children's Friend Society. 57th annual report, Nov. 5, 1890. Bost., 1890. 

8°. 40 p. [3] 

— Children's Hospital. 22d annual report, Dec. 28, 1889-90. Bost., 1891. 

8°. [3] 

— Children's Island Sanitarium. 5th annual report. Bost., 1891. 

32°. [3] 

— Church Home for Orphan and Destitute Children, South Boston and 

Topsjield. 33d annual report, Nov. 1890. Bost., 1890. 8°. [3] 



38 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Boston, Mass., continued. 

— Church of the Advent. Correspondence between the Bishop of Massa- 

chusetts and the rectors of the parish, 1845-56. Bost., 1856; 8°. y{, (1), 
123 p. [2] 

— Church of the Messiah. See Randall, O. M. 

— Citizens' Association. Brief statement of the work [of the Association], 

1889. n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. [3] 

Statement of executive committee regarding the franchise bill. nU.p. [1891.] 

8°. 8 p. [3] 

— City Missionary Society. 74th annual report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 

-> College of Physicians and Surgeons. 3d-4tb, 12th annual announcement, 
1882-83-83-84, 91-92. Bost., 1882-91. 8°. [3, Samuel A. Green, M.D., Boston.} 

— Committee on the Expediency of Providing Better Tenements for 

the Poor. Report of the committee [S. H. Perkins, and others]. Bost., 1846. 
8°. 36 p. [2] 

— Common. See Mason, J., and Dexter, F. 

— Crlspus Attucks Monument. Exercises at the ceremony of anveiling and 

dedication of the monument to Crispus Attucks, Samuel Maverick, James Cald- 
well, Samuel Gray and Patrick Carr, Boston, Nov. 14, 1888. n.t.p. [1888.] 
120. (7) p. [3] 

— Dispensary. 94th annual report, with the by-laws, act of incorporation, etc. 

Bost., 1890. 8°. [3, Samuel A. Green, M.D., Boston'] 

— Fatherless and Widows' Society. [15th, 17th. 19th,] 20th, 24th-34th, 36tli- 

73d annual report. Bost., 1832-90. 12°. [3, Mrs. Geo. W. Ware, Boston.] ' 
See Olmstead, P. S. C. 

— Female Asylum. See Morse, J. 

— First Free Congregational Church. Brief history, with articles of faith, 

covenant, etc. Bost., 1840. 16°. 48 p. [2] 

— Franklin Statue. See Knowles, W. J. 

— Free Hospital for Women. 15th annual report, 1889-90. Bost., 1890. 

12°. [3] 

— Free Religious Associations. [Announcement of] lectures on social organ- 

ization and reform. [Jan.-Mar. 1890.] n.t.p. Bost., 1890. 16°. 1 p. [3] 

— General Theological Library. 28th annual report ; its history, constitution, 

by-laws, etc. Bost., 1890. 12°. [4] 

— Guardian Co-operative Bank. 4th-5th annual report, June, 1890-91. 

Bost., 1890-91. Broadsides. [3] 

— Gwynne Temporary Home for Children. Annual report, 1890. Bost., 

1891. 12°. [3] 

— Hanover Street Church. See Stuart, M. 

— HolUs Street Church. See Plerpont, J. 

— Home for Aged Couples, Roxbury District. 7th annual report, [Jan. 1891]. 

Bost.. 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Home for Aged Women. 41st annual report, [Jan. 1891]. Bost., 1891. 

8°. [3] 

— Home for Incurables. 5th annual report, Apr. 1889-90. Bost., 1890. 8°. [3] 

— Home Market Club. The perseverance of the saints; a protection sympo- 

sium. The McKinley bill in New England; speeches by Gov. Brackett, Mayor 
Hart, and others. Bost., [1890]. 8°. 19, (1) p. [3] 

— Homoeopathic Medical Dispensary. 34th annual report, Jan. 1, 1890. 

Bost., 1890. 8°. [3] 
-- Hospital Newspaper Society. Report, 1890. [Bost., 1890.] 12°. [3] 

— House of the Good Samaritan. 30th annual report, Jan. 1, 1891. Bost., 

1891. 8°. Folded sheet. [3, Samuel A. Green, M.D., Boston.] 

— Howard Benevolent Society. 78th annual report, Oct. 1890. Bost., 1890. 

12°. [3] 

— Industrial Aid Society for the Prevention of Pauperism. 48th-55th 

annual report, 1883-90. Camb., 1883- [90]. 8°. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 39 

Boston, Mass.f contimied, 

— Industrial and Appleton Temporary Homes. A record of work. Bost., 

1874. 12°. 124 p. Portrait. [3] 

— Instructive District Nursing Association. 3d-5th annual report, Feb. 1» 

1889-91. Bost., [1889-91]. 12°. [3] 

— Jubilee, 1869. See Alger, W. R. 

— liiberty Tree. See Hassam, F. F. 

— Lying-in Hospital. 58th annual report, 1890, with statement of its history, 

etc, Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Marine Bible Society. 2d annual report, Nov. 6, 1822. Bost., 1822. 8°. 

8 p. [2] 

— Marine Mission at Large. l8t-2d annual report. May 1849— Aug. 1850. 
. Bost., 1849- [50]. 8°. [2] 

— Maverick National Bank. [Annual statement relating to goyernment 

securities, 1880.]* Bost., [1880]. 12°. Folded map. [3] 

— Merchants' Association. Addresses at the lOtb annual banquet, Jan. 30, 

1891. Bost., 1891. 8°. 68 p. [3] 

The addresses are by J. A. Lane, H. H. Sprague, H. S. Carruth, and others. 

Reception and dinner given to the Hon. John Lowell by the Association, May 

23, 1884. Bost., 1885. 8°. 41 p. Portrait. [1] 

— Museum of Fine Arts. 15thannnal report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. Plans. [3] 
Print department ; exhibition of books, water colors, etCy by W. Blake. Bost.* 

1891. 8°. iv, (l),53p. [3] 
School of Drawing and Painting, 15th annual report, [1891], Bost., 1891. 

8°. [3] 
[Prospectus for 16th year, 1891-92.] n.t,p, [1891.] 8°. (4) p. [3] 

— Musical Conventions. See Lucas, G. W. 

— Needlewoman's Friend Society. 16th annual report, Apr. 14, 1863. Bost., 

1863. 8°. 15 p. [2] 

— New-Church Union. 1st annual report, with constitution and by-laws, 1861. 

Bost., [1861] . 12°. 22 p. [I] 

— New^ England Home for Little Wanderers. Advocate and report. Vol. 

24. No. 4. Nov. 1890. [Bost., 1890.] 8°. {^, Samuel A, Green, M,D,,Boston,'\ 

— New^ England Kitchen. See Abel, Mrs. M. H. 

— New^sboys* Reading Rooms. [Circular, Nov. 20, 1890.] n.t,p, sm. 4°. 

4 p. [3] 

— Normal School of Gymnastics. [Prospectus], 1890-91, 91-92. htp. 

[1890-91.] 8°. [3, A, M. Romans, Boston.'] 
See Enebuske, C. J. 

— North Bennet Street Industrial School. The work of the school. [Re- 

port,] 1881-87, 87/8-89/90. Bost., 1887-90. 8°. [3] 

— North End Diet Kitchen. Annual report, 1890. A.^j9. [1891.] 8°. (6) p. [3] 
[Report of the committee, Jan. 1879, 81, 83-84, Oct. 1885, Jan. 1888.] n,t.p, 

[1879-88.] 8°. [3] 

— North End Mission. Report, Jan. 1890-91. Bost., 1890-91. 8°. [3] 

— Old South Church. Deeds and documents relating to the gift of land, etc., to 

the Church by Madam Norton. Bost., 1874. 8°. 35 p. [2] 
Old South commemoration of the centennial of Washington's visit to Boston. 

n,t.p, [1889.] 8°. 1 sheet. [3] 
See Blagden, G. W. ; — Burdett, E. W. ; — Phillips, W. ; ^ Sohler, E. P. 

— Phillips Church, South Boston. Alphabetical list of members, April 1872. 

h.t,p, [1872.] 16°. 20 p. [2] 
Manual. Bost., 1882. 16°. 89 p. [1] 

— Pioneer Co-operative Bank. 14th annual statement. Bost., 1891. Broad- 

side. [3] 

— Port and Seamen's Aid Society. 24th annual report, 1891. Bost., 1891. 

8°. [3] 



40 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Boston, Mas8,^ continued, 

— Provident Association. 39th annual report, Oct. 1890. BoBt., 1890. 

8°. [3] 
Report of meeting, Park-Street Charch, [Boston], Dec. 29, 1851. With consti- 
tution and by-laws. Bost., 1852. 12°. 24 p. [2 J 

— Rowe Street Baptist Church. A brief history with declaration of faith, 

church covenant and list of members. Bost., 1853. 16°. 84 p. [2] 

Same. [2d ed.] Bost., 1858. 16°. 90 p. [1] 

' — Salem Church. The articles of faith, covenant and list of members, n.p., 

1848. 24°. 56 p. [2] 

— School of Expression. 7th annual catalogue. Bost., 1891. sq. 16°. [3, S. 

S, Curry,] 

— Second Church. See Robbins, C. 

— Shawmut Avenue Working Girls' Club. [Announcement of an enter- 

tainment for the benefit of the Club, Dec. 4, 1890.] n.t,p, [1890.] sq. 16°. 
(2) p. [3] 
-— Society for the Prevention of Pauperism. [17th], 20th annual report, 
Oct. 1852, Oct. 1855. Bost., 1852-55. 8°. 20 p. ; 16 p. [2] 

— Society for the Religious and Moral Instruction of the Poor. 2d 

annual report; abstract from 9th annual report. Bost., 1818>25. 8°. [2] 

— Society of the Neiv Jerusalem. Documents, comprising a brief sketch of 

its history, organization, 1840, and list of members. Bost., 1840. 8°. 12 p. [2] 

A sketch of the history of the Society, with a list of its members. Bost., 1873. 

12°. 116 p. [1] 

— Society to Bncourage Studies at Home. 18th annual report. [Bost.], 

1891. 8°. [3] 

— Somerset Club. Constitution and by-laws, list of officers and members, July 

1872. Bost., 1872. 12°. 39 p. [2] 

— State House. [Two photographs showing decorations during the 24th annual 

encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Boston, Aug. 1890.] Size, 
16X20 in. [4] 

See Massachusetts. Commissioners Appointed to Inquire, etc. ^ — General 

Court ; — Pulsifer, D. 

— Sunnyside Day Nursery. 3d report, [1889-90.] n,t.p, [Bost., 1890.] 1. 8°. 

(4) p. [3, Samuel A, Green, M.D.y Boston,] 

— Tabernacle Young Men's Institute. A growing plant of benevolence which 

needs rain and sunshine (prayers and money). Bost., 1888. 16°. 15 p. [3] 

— Tremont Temple. See Liorimer, G. C. 

— Twelfth Congregational Church. See Palfrey, J. G. 

— Union Baptist Church. See Hoive, W. 

— Union Club. The constitution, by-laws, house rules, with list of officers and 

members, Jan. 1871. Camb., 1871. 12°. 38 p. [2] 

— Warren Street Chapel. See Huntington, F. D. 

— Washingtonian Home. 33d annual report. Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Wednesday Evening Club. Rules of the Club, 1857. Bofet , 1857. 8°. 

20 p. [1] 

— West Church. Report of the committee on the land in front of the church, 

April 1849. Bost., [1849] . 8°. 18 p. [2] 
Proceedings in the West Church on occasion of the decease of Charles Lowell, 

D.D., its senior pastor. Bost., 1861. 8°. 48 p. [2] 
See Bartol, C. A. ; — Lioiyell, C. 

— West-End Nursery and Infants' Hospital. 8th annual report, [1890], 

Bost., 1891. sq. 24°. [3] 

— Woman's Christian Temperance Union. 15th-16th annual report for the 

year ending Sept. 1889-90. Bost., 1889-90. 8°. [3] 

— Women's Educational and Industrial Union. Report for the year end- 

ing May 6, 1890. Bost., 1890. 12°. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 41 

Boston, AfdMf., conCintted. 

— Youngf Men's Benevolent Society. 62d annnal report, 1890. Best., 1890. 

12°. [3, Samuel A. Greeriy M.D.I 

— Young Men's Christian Union. Charter and by-laws, with lists of officers 

and members. Best., 1852. 12°. 19 p. [2] 
Report for the year ending April 8, 1891. Boat., 1891. 12°. [3] 

— Young Women's Christian Association. School of domestic economy and 

industrial arts, 1888-89. Bost., [1889]. 24°. 8 p. [3] 
Boston almanac and business directory, 1891. Vol. 56. Bost., [1890]. 24°. 

Maps. [1] 
Boston Daily Advertiser. [Various single numbers of the Advertiser from 1813 to 

1826.] Bost., 1813-26. f°. [3, Mrs, Ellen Stone, Lexington.] 

Namely. 

1818. March 13; Apr. 7, 14, 16, 19, 26; Jaly 13, 15. 29-30; Aag. 2, 6, 10, 19, 25; Sept 3; Oct. 
14, 18, 20, 26, 28; Nov. 6, 9, 16-17, 22-23; Dec. 18. 

1814. ApriI13; Jnly8. 

1815. Oct. 2,4. 

1816. Nov. 14. 

1819. Feb. 18; May 29-June 1. 
1821. Jan. 23; Oct. 8. 

18«2. Jan. 14, 18; Aug. 28; Nov. 2, 27 

1826. Jan. 10, 17, 26; Feb. 14; Mar. 2-3; Apr. 4, 24; May 3-5, 9, 23, 25; Jane 13, 16. 

— Same. Jan. 1890— June 1891. Bost., 1890-91. 3 v. f°. [1] 

Boston Daily Globe, July 1890— June 1891. [Morning ed.] Bost., 1890-91. 2 v. 

f°. [I] 
Boston Daily Traveller, July 1890— June 1891. Bost., 1890-91. 2 v. f°. [1] 
Boston Directory. No. 87. 1891. Bost., 1891. 8°. Folded map. [1] 
Boston Herald, July 1890— June 1891. [Morning ed.] Bost., 1890-91. 2 v. 

f°. [3] 
Boston Journal, July 1890— June 1891. [Morning ed.] Bost., 1890-91. 2 v. 

1°. [3] 
Boston News-Letter. First newspaper ever published in America. [Reprint of 

copy of Apr. 17-24, 1704.] Bost., [1704]. Broadside. (2) p. [3, Samuel A. 

Green f M.D., Boston.] 

— See Green, S. A. 

Boston Post, July 1890— June 1891. Bost., 1890-91. 2 v. f°. [1] 

Botany. See Dawson, Sir W., and Penhallow, D. P. ; — Fawcett, W. ;— • 

Hervey, E. W. ; — Jamaica. Botanical Department ; — Penhallow, D. P. ; 

— Trelease, W. 
Botkln, Theodosius. See Kansas. Legislature. 
Bourbon, island, {now Reunion) . Legislation de Tile Bourbon, repertoire misonne 

des lois, ordonnances, decrets, rdglements, etc.,. en viguenr dans cette colonic ; 

par Delabarre de Nanteuil. Paris, 1844. 3 v. 1. 8°. xiv, (I), 616 p.; (2), 

672 p.; (2), 502, (2) p. [1] 
Bourlnot, John George. Canadian studies in comparative politics. Montreal, 

1890. 1. 8°. 92 p. [1] 

Contents. 

The English character of Canadian institutions. — Comparison between the political systems 
of Canada and the United States. — Federal government in Switzerland compared with that in 
Canada. 

Bourke, John G. Scatalogic rites of all nations. A dissertation upon the employ- 
ment of excrementitious remedial agents in religion, therapeutics, etc. Wash., 

1891. 8°. X, (1),496 p. [1] 

Bourne, S., Jr. A sermon occasioned by the death of Rev. Alexander Phcenix, 
Harlem, N. Y., Sept. 13, 1863, with one of the sermons of Mr. Phoenix. N. Y., 
1864. 8°. 32 p. Portrait, [l] 

Bourne, Mass. See Ghamberlayne, 0. F. 

Boutell, Lewis Henry. Alexander Hamilton, the constrnctive statesman. 
Chicago, 1890. 12°. 66 p. [3, Author.] 

Boutmy, l^mile. The English constitution. Tr. by I. M. Eaden ; with an intro- 
duction by Sir Frederick Pollock. Lond., 1891. 12°. xvii, (1), 212 p. [1] 



42 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Boivdltch, Henry IngersoU. An address on the life and character of James 
Deane, Aug. 4, 1858. Greenfield, 1868. 8°. 45 p. [2] 

— Tellow fever epidemic. What sboald be done ? Imperative need of a national 

sanitary board, n.t.p. [Bost., 1888.] 1. 8°. (1) p. [3] 
Bowdltch, Jonathan IngersoU, and others. Historical memoranda relative to the 

discovery of etherization, and to the connection with It of the late Dr. W. T. G. 

Morton. Prepared by the committee of citizens of Boston chosen to raise a 

Morton testimonial fund. Bubt., 1871. 8°. 15 p. [1] 
Bo\irdltch, Nathaniel IngersoU. See Lothrop, S. K. 
Boivdoin Colleg^e, Brunswick, Me. Annual catalogue of the officers and students. 

Troy, N. Y , 1849. 8°. 24 p. [3] 

— Laws of [the] College, [1824]. Brunswick, 1824. 8®. 30, (1) p. [1] 

— Library. Bulletin. No. 1. June 1891. h.t.p. [1891.] 8°. [3] 

Bower, Edwin R. Theology. Inaugural address. Phila., 1868. 8°. 15 p. [3] 
Bowes, James L. Handbook to Bowes Museum of Japanese art work, Liverpool. 
Liverpool, 1890. 8°. 47, (1) p. Folded plan and illus. [3] 

— A. vindication of the decorated pottery of Japan. [Liverpool,] 1891. S°. (2), 

63 p. Illus. [3, AiUhor.] 
Bowker, Richard Rogers, and lies, George. The reader's guide in economic, 

social, and political science. N. T., 1891. 12*'. (2), 169 p. (Economic 

tracts, no. 27 ) [1] 
Bowles, Charles. A sermon on the covenant of grace which God made with 

Abraham ; [with] appendix. Oxford, 1841. S°. 48 p. [1] 
Bowman, George A. and Fred W., vs. The Chicago and Northwestern 

Railway Company. Supreme Court of the United States. Oct. term, 1887. 

[Dissenting opinion of Justice Harlan and others.] n.t.p. [1888.] f°, 16 p. [1] 

— Statement, n.t.p. [1887.] f°. 16 p. [1] 
Boxborough, Mass. See Liittleton, Mass. 

Boxford, Mass. Public Library. Catalogue. Camb., 1880. 12^. 62 p. [3] 

Supplement catalogue, [1888. Georgetown, 1888.] 8°. 12 p. [3] 

Bradford, S. D. Letters to W. M. Meredith, Secretary of the Treasury, on his 

recent Treasury report. The injurious effects of protective and prohibitory duties 

and the advantages of free trade. Bost., 1850. 8°. 36 p. [3] 
Bradford Academy, Bradford, Mass. Ckcular, 1884. h.t.p. [Haverhill, 1884.] 

8°. 15 p. Illus. [1] 
Bradlaugh, Charles. The impeachment of the House of Brunswick. Bost., 

187o 12° 160 p. [1] 
Bra dlee, Caleb Davis. No time for anything. A poem. [Bost., 18 — .] 8°. (1) p. 

[3, Author.] 

— Selections from [his] poems, h.t.p. [1890] 24°. 8 p. Portrait. [3, Author.] 

— [Short sketch of his life.] n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. (1) p. [3] 

Bragg, J. K. The temple's place in human wants. Dedication sermon in the new 
house of worship of the Evangelical Society, Brookfield, Feb. 4, 1857. Worces- 
ter, [1857]. 8°. 20 p. [2] 

Brain. See Fish, P. 

Braman, Milton Palmer, and Whittemore, Thomas. The Danvers discussion, 
Nov. 6, 1833. Bost., 1833. 8°. 96 p. [2] 

Brandeis, Louis D. The anti-bar law. The twenty-five-feet law. Argument 
before the joint committee on liquor law of the Massachusetts Legislature, 
Boston, Feb. 27, 1891 . n.p., [1891]. 8°. 26 p. [4] 

Branford, Conn. Annual report of the selectmen and treasurer, 1875, 76, 87, 88. 
New Haven, 1875-88. 8°. [2] 

Brantly, William Theophilus. Principles of the law of personal property. San 
Francisco, 1891. 24°. xix, (2), 532 p. [1] 

Brassey, Thomas, Baron Brassey, and others. The naval annual, 1891. Ed. by 
T. A. Brassey. [5th year of publication.] Portsmouth, 1891. 8°. Map and 
plates. [1] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 43 

Brazer, John. A discoarne before the Society for the Promotion of Christian 
Education in Harvard University, annual meeting, Boston, 28th Aug., 1825. 
Boat., 1825. 8°. 27 p. [1] 

— A discourse on the life and character of the late Hon. Leverett Saltonstall, Salem, 

May 18, 1845. Salem, 1845. 8°. 52 p. [2] 

— A discourse preached to the North Church and Society, Salem, Aug. 20, 1843, 

the Sunday succeeding the death of Hon. Benjamin Pickman. Salem, 1843. S°. 
25,vip. [1] 

— Lessons of the past. Sermon, Salem, Nov. 19, 1837. Salem, 1837. 8°. 22 p. [2] 

— A sermon at the ordination of Jonathan Cole as pastor of the First Congregational 

Society, Kingston, Jan. 21, 1829. Salem, 1829. 8°. 30 p. [1] 

Brazil. ConstittUion. See Trinity College. Publications. 

Brentano, Lujo. The relation of labor to the law of to-day. Tr. from the Ger- 
man by P. Sherman. With an introduction by the translator. N. Y., 1891. 12°. 
viii, 305 p. [1] 

Brewer, F. B. Eulogy on George W. Patterson before the Board of Supervisors 
of Chautauqua County, Nov. 12, 1879. Fredonia, N. Y., 1879. 8°. 8 p. [I] 

Brewer, Francis H. Home and School for Young Boys, Fairfield, Conn. [Pro- 
spectus. Hartford, 18— .] obi. 48°. 16 p. [3] * 

Brew^er, William H. Thelfarra and farmer the basis of national strength. Lect- 
ure at the winter meeting of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture, Dec. 
4, 1889. Bost., 1890. 8°. 30 p. [4] 

Brew^ster, Francis E. Slavery and the constitution. Phila., 1850. 8°. 24 p. [1] 

Bridgeport, Conn. Public Library. lst-2d annual report, 1882-83. Bridgeport, 
1882-83. 8°. [3] 

— Training School for Teachers. Closing exercises and third graduation. 

[Programme. Bridgeport, 1890.] 8°. 4 p. [3] 
Bridges, James. The Sabbath railway system practically discussed. Letter to J* 

J.H.Johnstone. 4th ed. Edin., 1847. 8°. 20 p. [2] 
Brldgew^ater, Mass. An account of the receipts and expenditures, March 1847 — 

March 6, 1848, and report of the school committee. Taunton, 1848. 8°. [3] 

— Same, Annual report of the selectmen and overseers of the poor for the year 

preceding Mar. 1, 1854. Bost., 1854. 8°. [3] 

— Same. Annual report of the selectmen and overseers of the poor for the year 

ending Feb. 1856, 60, 61. Also report of the school committee, 1855-56, 60-61. 
Bost., [1856-] 61. 8°. [3] 

The report for 1860 does not contain report of school committee. 

— Auxiliary Society for the Suppression of Intemperance and Its Kin- 

dred Vices. Extract from the laws of this commonwealth for the regulation 
of licensed houses, against gaming, swearing, and for the observance of the 
Lord's Day. Bost., 1816. 12°. 22 p. [3] 

— First Parish. See Keith, J. 

Brldgewater Academy. Catalogue and circular, 1868-9. Bost., [1868]. 8°. 

16 p. [3] 
Brlggs, George Ware. Memoir of Daniel Appleton White. Salem, 1864. 8°. 

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Brlggs, Samuel. The essays, humor, and poems of Nathaniel Ames, father and 

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British Columbia, continued. 

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Connelly, E. M. The story of Kentucky. 
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Brunswick, House of. See Bradlaugh, C. 



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Burdett, Everett Watson. Argament against the proposed bill to enable cities and 
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Vol. 1. Soyerelgnty and liberty. 
8. Qoverument. 

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48 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Burma, continued. 

— Financial Commissioner. Annual report on the working of the income-tax act 

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Report on the excise department in Burma, 1889-90. Rangoon, 1890. P. 

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Criminal justice report of Lower Burma, 1889. Rangoon, 1890. f®. [3] 

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— Police Supply and Clothing Department. Report, 1889/90—1890/91. Rangoon, 

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— Superintendent, LigM-Hottses. 23d-24th annual report of the light-houfees and 

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Burning fluids. See Horsford, E. N. 

Burns, Oeorge J. Argument before the committee on manufactures of the Massa- 
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Butler, Bepjamin Franklin, Attorney General of the U. S., 6. 1795, d. 1858. The 
military profession in the United States ; address before the Dialectic Society of 
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of Canadian plants. Part 5. Acrogens. By John Macoun. Montreal, 1890. 

8°. [2] 

Contributions to Canadian palaeontology. Vol. 1. Part 3. Montreal, 1891. 

1. 8°. [3] 

Contents. 

Vol. 1. Part 3. Whlteaves, J. F. The fossils of the Devonian rocks of the Mackenzie 

Ulver basin. 

Same. Vol.3. Montreal, 1891. 4°. (2), 25 p. Plates. [3] 

ConterUs. 

Vol. 3. Cope, E. D. On vertebrata from the tertiary and cretaceous rocks of the North 
WeHt territory. 1. The species from the Ollgocene or Lower Miocene beds of the 
^ Cyprchs Hills. 

List of Canadian hepaticae. By W. H. Pearson. Montreal, 1890. 8°. (2), 

31 p. Plates. [3] 

— Minister of Finance. Budget speech by G. E. Foster in the House of Commons, 

27th Mar. 1890. Ottawa, 1890. 8''. 24 p. [2] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 51 

Canada, continued, 

— Parliament. Appendix to the lst-2d volume of the Journals of the Legislative 

Assembly, [l8t-2d session, 1st Provincial Parliament], lS41>-[42]. KingstoD, 
1842. 2 V. r». [3] 

Appendix, 1842, withoat title-page, i>oand wltli the Journals for 1842 

Same. Appendice du 3e volume des Journanx de TAssembl^e Legislative, 3e 

session, ler ParJement Provincial, 1843. [Kingston, 1844.] f°. [3] 

Journals of the House of Commons, 4th session, 6th Parliament, 1890. Vol. 24. 

[Ottawa, 1890.] 1. 8°. [2] 
Journals of the Legislative Assembly, lst-2d session, Ist Provincial Parlia- 
ment, 1841-42. Vol. 1-2. Kmgston, 1842. 2 v. f^. [3] 

Vol. 2 has an appendix containing public documents. 

Journals of the Legislative Council, 3d session, 1st Provincial Parliament, 1843. 

Vol. 3. [With appendix.] Kingston, [1844 ?J . f®. J3] 
Journals of the Senate, 4th session, 6th Parliament, 1890. Vol. 24. [Ottawa, 

1890.] 1.8°. [2] 
Sessional papers. Vol. 1, 3-15. 4tli session, 6th Parliament, 1890, v. 23. 

[Ottawa, 1890,] 14 v. 1. 8°. [2] 
See Bligh, U. H., and Todd, W. Dominion law index, to and including 1890. 

— Patent Office. Canadian Patent Office record. Vol. 18. Ottawa, 1890. 1. 8°. 

IIlus. [3] 

— Supreme Court. Reports of the Supreme Court of Canada, [1887-90] . Reporter, 

George Duval, assistant reporter, C. H. Masters. Vol. 16-17. Ottawa, 1890. 
2 v. 8°. [2] 

— See Bourinot, J. G. ; — Charlton, J ; — Dawson, Sir W., and Penhallow, 

D. P. ; — Greswell, W. P ; — Newhall, C. S. ; —Ontario. Legislature ;-»- 
Smith, G. ;— Tanguay, C, VabhL 
Canada Law Journal. Vol. 26. 1890. Toronto, 1890. 8°. [I] 
CanadaLaw Journal Almanac, 1891. Toronto, [1891]. Broadside. [3] 
Canadian Law Times. Ed. by E. D. Armour. Vol. 9-10. Toronto, 1889-90. 

2 V. 8°. [1] 
Canadian Pacific Railway. The Boston Herald's opinion of the Canadian 
Pacific Railway. The magnificent scenery along its line, np., [1877]. Nar- 
row 12°. 23, (1) p. [3] 

— Canadian Pacific primers, [no.] 1-2. Illus. Montreal, 1888. 24°. 64, (2) p. ; 

37, (I) p. Folded maps. [3] 

Content*. 

No. 1. InffersoU, E. An excursion to Alaska bj the Canadian Pacific Railway. 

8. Wliltcher. W. F. Neplgon tront; an Ottawa canoeist's experience on the north- 
ern shore of Lake Saperior. 

— Fishing and shooting on the Canadian Pacific Railway. Montreal, 1889. 16°. 

74 p. Map and illus. [3] 

— [Guide boolc.] Montreal, 1888. 1. 8°. 50 p. llhis. [3] 

— Summer tours. 3ded. Montreal, 1889. 16°. 207 p. Folded maps and illus. [3] 

— A time-table with notes of the transcontinental trains, the Great Lakes route and 

the Montreal and Toronto line. [77th ed.] Montreal, 1888. 12°. 38, (1) p. [3] 

— See Diclcinson, S. ; — Harrison, C. H. 

Cannon, James G. An ideal bank. Address before the Institute of Accounts, 
New York City. [N. Y., 1891.] 12°. 23 p. [3, Author.] 

Cape Cod Canal. {Anon."] h.t.p. [1891.] 8°. 6 p. [3] 

Cape Cod Ship Canal. See Chamberlayne, C. F.; — McCaU, S. W.; — 
Olney, R. ; — Shall a charter be granted, etc. 

Cape of Good Hope* Colonial Secretary's Office. Statistical register of the 
colony, 1890, showing approximate census population results for 1891 ; with sup- 
plement for Mar. quarter, 1891. Cape Town, 1891. f°. [3] 

— Parliament. Acts of Parliament, 1890, 2d session, 8th Parliament. Cape Town, 

1890. f°. [3] 



52 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Cape of Good Hope, continued. 

— Sse KUpliiy E. F.y ed, 

Capen, Elmer Hewitt. Education and reform. Baccalaareate sermon, Tufts Col- 
lege, June 14, 1891 Bost., 1891. 12°. 18 p. [3, Author. 1 

Capital. See Bohm-Bawerk, E. V. 

Capital punishment. See Buding^n, W. I. ; — London. Ho'ward Asso- 
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Carlisle, Calderon. Supreme Court of tlie United States. Ex parte Sir John 
Thompson, Attorney-General of Canada. Suggestion for writ of prohibition to 
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— See Choate, J. H., and Carlisle, C. 

Carson, Hampton L. Historical sketch of the Law Department of the University 
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— The Supreme Court of the United States ; its history and its centennial celebra- 

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Carter, James Coolidge. The American Bar Association. The ideal and the 

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Carter, James Gordon. Letter to the Rev. Nathaniel Thayer touching his conduct 

in connexion with the prooeea .gs of the church in Lancaster; and upon the 

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Carteret family. See Baetjer, C. R. 
Cary, Thomas. See Andrews, J. 
Cary family. The Cary letters. Ed. at the request of the family, by C. G. C. 

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Case, A, decided in the Supreme Court of the United States, Feb. 1793. In which 

is discussed the question " Whether a state be liable to be saed by a private 

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Cass, Lewis. See Mcliaughlln, A. C. 

Cataloguing^. See Jewett, C. C. ; — Linderfelt, K. A. ; — Rogers, W. T. 
Cattle and Cattle diseases. See Billings, F. S. ; — Maine. Commissioners, 

etc. ; — Massachusetts. State Cattle Commission ; — Waterhouse, S. 

Caves. See Lewis, T. H. 

Cayuga County Historical Society. Collections. No. 8. [Auburn, N. Y-] , 

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CentenU. 

No. 8. Snow, B. B. Recordofcarrent events, 1877-78. 
Centenary Conference on Foreign Missions, London, June 9-19, 1888. 

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— See Metcalfe, L S., Jr. 

Century, The. Vol. 40-41. New series, v. 18-19. May 1890— April 1891. N. Y., 
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Ceylon. See Cobden Club ; — Howland, W. W. ; — Salmon, C. S. 

Chadbourne, Paul Ansel, and Moore, Walter Bnrritt, editors. The public ser- 
vice of the state of New York during the administration of Alonzo B. Cornell, 
Governor, [1880-82] Historical, descriptive and biographical sketches by vari- 
ous authors. With views and portraits. N. Y., 1882. 3 v.. 4°. xlviii, 641 p. ; 
xxxvi, 547 p. ; xxi, 554 p. [1] 

Only 500 copies printed. 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 53 

Chamberlain, Daniel Henry. Tariff aspects, with some special reference to wages. 

Speech before the Reform Club of New York, Aug. 24, 1888. N. Y., 1888. 8°. 

34 p. [3] 
Chamberlain, Mellen. Memorial of Capt. Charles Cochrane, a British officer in 

the Revolutionary war, 1774-81. Camb., 1891. 8°. 13 p. [3, Author.] 
Chamberlayne, Charles F. Cape Cod Ship Canal Company. The position of 

the town of Bourne. Stated before the committee on harbors and public lands 

[of the Massachusetts Legislature], Mar. 31, 1891. Falmouth, 1891. S°. 

8 p. [4] 

— The real lobby. A tale of the Cohasset River Bridge. Remarks, Wareham , 

Mass., May 6, 1891. Falmouth, 1891. 8°. 12 p. [3] 
Chambers, William and Robert. Encyclopaedia : a dictionary of universal knowl- 
edge. New ed. Vol. 6-7. Lond., 1890-91. 2 v. 1. 8°. Folded maps, maps 

and illus. [1] 

Contents. 

Vol. 6. Humber — Malta. 

7. Maltebran — Pearson. 

Champdor§, Pierre Angibant, called. See DeCosta, B. F. 

Champion family. See Trowbridge, F. B. 

Chancery. See Woodruff, E. H. 

Chandler, Charles F., and others. Water gas. Sworn statements vs. anonymous 
pamphlets. N. Y., [188-]. 8°. 21 p. [3] 

Chapin, John Marvin. Memorial, t.p.w. 1872. 8°. 88 p. Portrait. [2] 

Charities. See Adams, H. B. ; — Slocum, W. F., Jr. 

Charles, Cecil. Honduras: the land of great depths. Map and portraits. 
Chicago, 1890. 12°. 216 p. [I] 

Charleston, S. C. City Council. Year book, 1889. [With appendix. Charles- 
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Charlestovirn, Mass. See Quincy, J. 

— Trustees of the Charlestown Poor's Fund. Report of a special com- 

mittee presented to the board of trustees, Nov. 22, 1866. Reprinted with an 
appendix. Charlestown, 1891. 8°. 13, (3) p. [3] 

— Winchester Home Corporation for Aged Women. 25th annual report 

of the board of managers, [Jan. 1891]. Bost., 1891. 8°. [3] 
CharlestoTirn Enterprise. The " Enterprise," lodge and society directory of 

Charlestown, Mass., 1889. Bost., [1889] . 24°. 48 p. [3] 
Charloo, V. Sadagopah. A manual of Mahamadan civil law. 2d ed. Madras, 

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Charlton, John. Speech on Jesuits* estates act, in the House of Commons, Ottawa, 

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— Speech on unrestricted reciprocity with the United States, in the Canadian House 

of Commons, Mar. 7, 1889. Ottawa, 1889. 8°. 51 p. [1] 
Charlton, Afa«5. Valuation and taxes, 1890. n.jo., [1891 ?] . 8°. 34 p. [3] 

— Public Library. Catalogue. Worcester, 1886. 12°. 30 p. [2] 

Chase, Frederick. A history of Dartmouth College and the town of Hanover, 
N. H. Ed. by J. K. Lord. Vol. 1. Camb., 1891. 8°. ix, (1), 682 p. Por- 
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Chase, Henry S. Letters to farmers' sons on the questions of the day, being 
familiar talks on political economy. N. Y., 1891. 12°. 166, ii p. [1] 

Chase, R. L. A revolution In dyeing. Phila., 1890. 8°. 34 p. [3] 

Chattanooga, Tenti. See Pierce, E. L. 

— Kast Chattanooga Land Company. Prospectus. Lynn, Mass., [1889?]. 

8°. 23 p. Folded map. [2] 
Chautauqua University. See Tribune Monthly. 

Chelsea, Mius. Fitz Public Library. Catalogue. Bost., 1886. 1. 8°. x. 111 p. [3] 
Same. Ist supplement. Catalogue of the Public Library. Bost., 1884. 1. 8°. 

33 p. [3] 



54 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Chelsea, Mass, Fitz Public Library ^ continued. 

Same. 2d supplement. Host., 1889. 1. 8<>. 54 p. [3] 

Report of the trastees, 1889-90. Chelsea. 1890-91. 8°. [3] 

Chemical Society of Washington. Bulletin. No. 6. Feb. 3, 1890— Jan. 22, 

1891. Wash., 1891. 8°. [3] 
Chemistry. See Frazer, P. ; — Kentucky. Geological Survey ; — New York, 

City. Groller Club. 
Cheque Bank system, n.t.p. 16°. 19 p. [1] 
Cheshire, Conn. Annual report of the splectroen, town treasnrer, etc^ 1875, 76, 

86-88. Ne«r Haven, 1875-88. 8°. [2] 
Chicago, ///. Board of Education. School census. 1878. [Chicago, 1878.] 8° 

8 p. [3] 

— Board of Water Commissioners. 13th, l/ith, 19th semi-annual report, Jan. 1858, 

59,61. Chioapo. 1858-61. 8°. [3] 

— City Co^nptrolleTy etc. 3d annnsil stHtement of the receipts and expenditures 

1859-60; 15th-19th. 21st-22d, 24th-25th annual statement of the finances, Apr. 
1872— Dec. 1875, 77-78, 80-81. Chicajfo, 1860-82. 8°. [3] 

— City Marshal. Report, 1875. Chicago, 1876. 8°. 21 p. [3] 

— Department of Health. Report, 1878. Chicago, 1879. 8°. 55 p. [3] 

— Department of Public Works. 7th annual report, March 1868; Mayor's annual 

message and 15th annual report of the Department of Public Works, 1890. 
Chicago, 1869-91. 8°. Portraits, folded plates, illus. [3] 

— Fire Marshal. Report, 1878. Chicago, 1879. 8°. 156 p. [3] 

— Police. Report. Mar. 31, 1874-75, 77-78. Chicago, 1874-79. 8°. [3] 

— Public Library. 19th annual report of the board of directors, June 1891. 

Chicago, 1891. 8°. [3] 
Bulletin, no. 10-14. Accessions to the Library, Oct. 1, 1889 — May 1, 1891. 

n.p.y [1890-91]. 8°. [3] 
Catalogue of English prose fiction and juvenile books. 1st supplement, Jan. 

1889— Aug. 1890. Chicago, 1890. 8°. 18 p. [3] 

Finding list. Dutch literature. Chicago, March, 1891. 8®. 165-174 p. [3] 

Same. Finding list. 7th ed. Danish-Norwegian and Swedish literature. 

Chicago, Sept., 1890. 8°. 139-163 p. [3] 
Same. 7th ed. French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese literature. Chicago, 

July, 1890. 8°. 91-138 p. [3] 
Same. 7th ed. Geography and travels. Chicago, March, 1890. 8°. Iv, 149- 

203 p. [3] 

Same. 7th ed. German literature. Chicago, May, 1890. 8°. 89 p. [3] 

Same. 7th ed. Language and literature. Greek and Roman classics. Bibli- 
ography. Periodicals. Chicago, June, 1891. 8°. iv, 255-322 p. [.S] 
-m- - Same. 7th ed. Poetry and drama. Essays and miscellanies. Collected 
' works. Chicago, Dec. 1890. 8°. 205-264 p. [3] 

List of Russian books. Jan. 1, 1890. [Chicago, 1890.] 8°. (5) p. [3] 

See also yfortcardf Chicago Library. 

— Reform School. lst-2d, 6th, 11th annual report, 1856-57, 62, 67. Chicago, 

1856-67. 8°. [3] 

— South Park Commissioners. Report to the people of the three towns South 

Chicago, Hyde Park, and Lake, including their report to the Board of County 
Commissioners of Cook County. Dec. 1, 1878. Chicago, 1879. 1. 8°. 24 p. [3] 

— West Chicago Park Commissioners. Ist, 4th-10th annual report, 1870, 73-79. 
Chicago, [1870-79]. 8°. [3] 

— West Tovm Board. Report of Robt. McChesney, employed by a committee of 

[the] Board to investigate affairs of West Chicago Park Commissioners* Office. 
Sept. 8, 1877. Chicago, 1^77. 8°. 56 p. [3] 

— The rail-roads, history and commerce of Chicago. 2d ed. Chicago, 1864. 8°. 

80 p. Folded maps. [3] 

— See Schick, L. 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 55 

Chicago, Ill.f contintied. 

— Board of Trade. lOth-Utb, 14th annual statement of the trade and commerce, 

1868-69, 71 ; 33d annual report, 1890. Chicago, 1868-91. 4 v. 8°. [3] 

J. F. Beaty, secretary, 1868-69; C. Randolph, 1871; O. F. Stone, 1890. 

To the Congress of the United States. Memorial against the passage of House 

bill 6353, known as the " Butterworth bill." n.p,, [189-]. 8°. 11 p. [3] 

— Chicago Historical Society. Report of quarterly [and annual] meeting, 

July 16, 1890— [Nov. 19, 1890], Apr. 21, July 21, 1891. n.t.p, [Chicago, 1890- 
91.] 8°. [3] 

— Chicago Library. Memorials of the old Chicago library, formerly Young 

Men's Association, and of the advent of the new public library. Chicago, 1878. 
8°. 138 p. [3] 

— Citizens' Association. Annual report, Oct. 1890. Chicago, 1890. 8^'. [3] 

— Dearborn Park. See Hawes, K. 

— Hyde Park Citizens' Committee* Hyde Park High School matter. State- 

ment of the case, Chicago, July 13, 1891. n.t.p. [1891] 8°. 8 p. [3] 

— Manual Training School* 8th annual catalogue, 1890-1. Chicago, 1891. 

8°. [3] 
5th annual exhibit of pupils* work, June 17, 1890. [With summary of shop- 
work, 1889-90.] n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. [3] 

— NeTvberry Library* Proceedings of the trustees for the year ending Jan. 5, 

1891. Chicago, 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Relief and Aid Society. 20th annual report, Nov. 1877. Chicago, 1877. 

8°. [3] 
Report [on the fund for the sufferers by the great fire to Jan. 6, 1871]. 

Chicago, 1872. 8°. 87 p. [3] 
1st special report. Chicago, 1871. 8°. 63 p. [3] 

— World's Columbian Exposition, 1893. A national and eisteddvodic call 

and invitation. [In Welsh and English.] Chicago, 1891. 8°. 16 p. Por- 
traits. [3] 

[Various notes, circulars, etc., relating to the Exposition, Chicago, 1893.] n.t.p. 

[1891.] fo and 8°. [3] 

Department of Publicity and Promotion. After four centuries, the discovery of 

America to be commemorated by an International Exposition, Chicago, 1893. 
Chicago, 1891. 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Same, Danish. Chicago, 189L 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Same. French. Chicago, 1891. 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Same. German. Chicago, 1891. 8®. 16 p. [3] 

Same PoHuguese. Chicago, 1891. 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Same. Spanish Chicago, 1891 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Same. Swedish. Chicago, 1891. 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Chicago Legal News. Vol. 22. Sept. 1889— Sept. 1890. Chicago, 1890. f°. [1] 

Chicopee, Mass. Sherman <<King" Vaporizer Co., Chicopee Falls. Anti- 
septic vapor, disinfectant and purifier. [Springfield, 1889.] 8°. 76, (1) p. [3] 

Chihuahua. See Miller, C. O. 

Child, Mrs Lydia Maria (Francis). The right way the safe way, proved by 
emancipation in the British West Indies and elsewhere. [With appendix.] 
N. Y., 1860. 12°. 108 p. [3] 

Children. See OuroussoT, M. 

China. Inspector General of Customs. Imperial mariume customs. 1. Statistical 
series : no. 4. Reports on trade at the treaty ports, 1880. 16th issue. Shanghai, 
1881. 4<». (63), 282, Ixxiv p. Folded maps and diagrams. [3] 

Same. Statistical series: no. 3. Returns of trade at the treaty ports, 1881. 

Part 2. Statistics of the trade at each port. 23d issue. Shanghai, 1882. 4°. 
Til, 415, (1) p. [3] 

Chinese games. See Culin, S. 



56 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Chinese In America. See Culin, S. 

Chittenden, Lacins E. Recollections of President Lincoln and his administration. 
N. Y., 1891. 8°. viii, 470 p. Portrait. [1] 

Choate, Joseph H. Supreme Court o^ the United States. Ex parte T. H. Cooper, 
owner and claimant of the British schooner " W. P. Say ward/' Petition for writ 
of prohibition to be directed to the judge of the District Court of the United States 
in and for the territory of Alaska. n,p., [1890]. 8°. II p. [3, Caideron 
Carlislet Waahington.'l 

— and Carlisle, Caideron. Supreme Court of the United States. Ex parte T. H. 

Cooper, etc. Additional brief in reply to brief of the United States on motion 

for leave to file. Wash., [1890] . 8<>. 30, li p. [3, Caideron Carlisle:] 
Brief and argument for petitioner on return to rule to show cause why writ 

of prohibition should not issue to District Court of the United States for the dis- 
trict of Alaska. Wash., [1890]. 8°. 4, xlii-xyi, 194, xii p. Folded map and 

sheet. [3, Caideron Carlisle.] 
Brief in reply to brief of Attorney General in opposition to the motion for leave 

to file petition and suggestion for writ of prohibition. Wash., [1890]. b°. 62 p. 

[3, Caideron Carlisle,] 
[Brief of petitioner in reply.] h.t.p: [1890.] 8°. 4C, viii p. [3, Caideron 

Carlisle,] 
Preliminary brief submitted with the petition and suggestion for writ of 

prohibition. n./>., [1890], 8°. 31, v, ix p. [3, Caideron Carlisle,] 
Choate, Rufus. A discourse before the faculty, students and alumni of Dartmouth 

College, July 27, 1853, commemorative of Daniel Webster. Bost., 1853. 8®. 

100 p. [3] 
Chocolate-plant. See Baker, Walter, & Co. 
Christian Review. Vol. 1-18. Ed. by J. D. Knowles [and others] . Bost , 1836- 

49; N. Y., 1860-53. 18 v. 8°. [3] 
Christianity. See London. Howard Association ; — Lothrop, S. K. 
Church, William Conant. The life of John Ericsson. Ulus. N. Y., 1890. 2 v. 

8°. xii, (2), 303 p ; x, (1), 357 p. Portraits. [1] 
Church of England. See Foster, J. 
Church property. See Westbrook, R. B. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Public Library, Annual reports of the librarian and treasurer, 

June 30, 1890. Cincin., 1890. 8°. 26 p. [3] 
Bulletin of books added to the Library, 1890. Cincin, 1891. 1. 8°. [3] 

— See Cincinnati Times Star Company ; ^ James, J. F. 

— Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' ^Exchange. Annual statement 

[or review] of the trade and commerce of Cincinnati for the commercial year 
ending Aug. 31, 1856— Aug. 31, 1866. By William Smith. Cincin., 1856-65. 
8°. [3] 

Same. [18th] -23d annual report, Aug. 31, 1866-71. Cincin., 1866- [71]. 8°. 

Folded map. [3] 

— Cincinnati Times Star Company. The city of Cincinnati and its resources. 

[Cincin., 1891.] obi. f°. 188 p. Portraits and ilius. [1] 

— Southern and Western Liberty Convention. Address of the Convention 

held at Cincinnati, June 11-12, 1845, to the people of the United States. With 
notes by a citizen of Pennsylvania. n.t,p, 8°. 15 p. [3, William Merrill^ West 
Newbury.] 

Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company. See 
Kentucky. Railroad Commissioners. 

Cincinnati Price Current. [Supplement. Vol. 47, no. 17. Apr 1890.] Cin- 
cin., 1890. 1. 8°. 47 p. [3] 

Contents. 



G. B. 41 St annual report of pork packing in the West and elsewhere in the United 
8tates; with provision and grain trade statistics. Mar. 1, 1890. 

Citations. See Talbot, G. J., and Fort, H. 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 57 

Cities and Towns* See Pierce, E. L. 

Citizens' Horse Railroad Company. See Merrill, A. B. 

Citizenship. See Webster, P. 

Civil service. See Curtis, G. W. ; — Jenckes, T. A. ; — Iiodge, H. C. 

Civilization. See Ducoudray, O. ; ~ liOthrop, S. K.; — Morris, C. ; — 
Small, A. W. 

Clark, Charles Merrill. The history of the 39th regiment, Illinois Volunteer Vet- 
eran Infantry (Yates Phalanx), 1861-65. Chicago, 1889. 8°. xx, (2), 554 p. 
Portraits and illas. [1] 

Clark, Edward Everett. Boston blue-book, [1891]. Bost., 1891 [1890]. 16°. 
483 p. Folded map. [I] 

Clark, Jonas. See Staples, C. A. 

Clark, Nathaniel George. Higher christian education as related to foreign mis- 
sionary work, h.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 7 p. [3] 

Clark, Thomas March. <* Beloved and faithful." A memorial sermon on the life 
and character of the Rt. Rev. BeivJamin Henry Paddock, S. T. D., late Bishop 
of Massachusetts, Boston, 20th Apr., 1891. Bost., 1891. 8°. 31 p. [8, Author.] 

Clarke, James Freeman. Autobiography, diary, and correspondence; ed. by 
E. E. Hale. Bost., 1891. 8°. (3), 430 p. Portrait. [1] 

— See Peabody, A. P. 

Clarke, Longueville. The rales and orders of the Supreme Court of Judicature 
at Fort William in Bengal with the charter of jastice and the several statutes 
relating to the Court down to the 7th Geo. iy. chap. 37. Added, notes of deci- 
sions of the Court on points of practice. [With additional rules and cases.] 
Calcutta, 1829. 8°. xvi, 337, xlvii p. [1] 

— Same, 1831-32. Added, notes of decisions of the Court on points of practice and 

an index of cases reported in the present and two former editions. Calcutta, 
1834. 8°. xiv, (l),200p. [1] 

Clarke, Manlius Stimson. See Huntington, F. D. 

Clarke, Robert, & Co* Bibliotheca Americana. Catalogue of a valuable collec- 
tion of books and pamphlets relating to America. Supplement for 1879. Cin- 
cin., 1879. 8°. (2), 92 p. [3] 

Clarke, William B. Homoeopathy and blood-letting. nJ.p, [1890.] 8°. 15 p. [3, 
AtUhor.} 

— Poisonous house decorations, n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 16 p. [3, AtUhor,] 
Classical studies. See Peabody, A. P. 

Clay, Henry. See Brown, S. G. 

Clearing houses. See also Pittsburgh, Pa, Clearing House. 

Cleaveland, John, Jr. A sermon, Stoneham, Oct. 26, 1794, occasioned by [his] 

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58 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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Contenti. 

Vol. 1. A — 1. 
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1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 59 

Colby Universityy Watervilley Me, 7l8t annual catalogue of the officers and stu- 
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— Annual reports of the President and faculty, 1891. Waterville, 1891. 8°. [3] 

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Cole, Richard Goldsmith. See Buel, D. H. 

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The Daya Bhaga of Jimiita-V&haiia and the Miticshara. 

Collateral inheritance. See Dos Passos, B. F. 

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F. de; — Tarducci, F. 

Colorado. General Assembly. Code of procedure, 1889. See Bice, F. S. 

Mills' Annotated statutes, embracing the General statutes of 1883, and all gen- 
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tated by J. W. Mills. Chicago, 1891. 2 V. 8°. xliii, (1), 1439 p.; 1441-3000 p. [1] 



60 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Colorado, continued, 

— Governor. A proctamation [appointing Nov. 27, 1890, a day of ThanksgiTing 

and praise. Denver, 1890.] 4°. (1) p. [4] 

— State AgricuUural College, AgrictUtural Ba^eriment Station^ Fort Collim, 

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Columbia College. School of Mines. School of Mines Quarterly. A journal 

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Content*. 

You 1. No^ 1. Wllleox, W. F. The divorce problem; a study in statitties. — 2. 
I, J. D. The history of tariff administration in the United States. 



Columbia County, y. T. See Raymond, W. 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, near Washington, D. C. 
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Columbus, Ohio. Board of Education. Annual report, Aug. 1888 — Aug. 1890. 
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Commerce. See Colange, L. de. ; — Gibbins, H. de B. ; — Murray, K. B. 

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Commercial Travelers' Mutual Accident Association of America* 8th 

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1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 61 

Gong^sslonal Record, 51st Congress, 1st session, [1889-90] , also special session 
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62 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Connelly, Emroa M. The story of Kentucky. Illas. Boat., [1890]. 8^ 337 p. 

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Cook, J. P. Dhammapada: footprints in the way of life, the system of ethic law 

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Co-operation. See Aberdeen, Scotland. Co-operative Production Con- 
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Co-operative Union. Rules, orders, and forms of proceeding of the Union, 

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— Library. Bulletin. Vol. 2, no. 14-15. Whole no. 27-28. Dec. 1890— Mav 1891. 

n.t.p. [Ithaca, 1890-91.] 1. 8°. [3] 



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Corning, Charles R. An exploit in King William's war, 1697. Hannah Dustan. 
Address before the New Hampshire Historical Society, Feb. 10, 1890. Concord, 
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Kerr, J. M. ; — Palmer, C. T. 
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Vols. 1-13 contain County Courts cases and appeals, with cases in bankruptcy ; after tliis 
volume the reports are separately printed. Entitled '* County Courts Chronicle and 
Gazette of Bankruptcy," v. 21-31. 

By the editor of and contributors to the "Law Times," v. 1-3; by Morgan Lloyd, v. 4-10; 
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Coutl6e, Louis William. A manual of the lave of registration of titles to real 

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24 p. [3] 
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Credit. See Macleod, H. D. 
Crehore family. [Copies and extracts of official documents relating to the 

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Crimean -war. See Alger, W. R. 
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Author.] 
Crowley, Daniel N. Argument in favor of municipal lighting before the commit* 

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64 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Crump, Artbnr. A short enqnlry into the fonnation of political opinion from the 
reign of the great families to the advent of democracy. 2d ed. Lond., 1888. 8^^. 
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Cuba. C6digo de justicia militar mandado promulgar por la ley de 25 de Janio 
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— - Compilacion de las disposiciones org&nicas de la adminlstraci^n de justicia en 
las provincias y Posesiones Ultramarinas. Formada por la Comision de Codifi- 
cacion de Ultramar. Habana, 1891. 8°. 114 p. [3, Hon. R. G, Garofalo.] 

— Instraccion general sobre la manera de redactar los docamentos pablicos sigetos 

a registro en las islas de Cuba y Puerto-Rico. Habana, [1880?]. 8°. xxxi p. 
{Appended to Reglamento general, etc.^ 1880.) 

— Instruccion para la renta del s^llo y timbre del estado ; aprobada por real decreto, 

5 Feb., 1886. Adicionada con todas las disposiciones pnblicadas hasta el dia, 
que aclaran y modifican algnnos de sns articulos, etc, Habana, 1890. 8°. 127 p> 
[3, Hon. R. G. Garofalo.] 

— Legislacion de minas mandada observar en esta isla por reales decretos, 10 Oct., 

1883, y 27 Junio, 1884 ; con un apendice en que constan todas las disposiciones 
dictadas hasta la fecba. Habana, 1888. 8°. 103, (1) p. [3, Hon. R.G. Garofalo.] 

— Legislacion vigente de ferro-carriles para la isla de Cuba. Habana, 1883. 12^. 

75 p. [3, Hon. R. G, Garofalo.] 

— Ley de aguas. Habana, 1891. S^. 71, 11 p. [3, Hon. R. G. Garofalo.] 

— Ley hipotecaria de 21 Die, 1869, hecba extensiva a la isla de Cuba por real decreto 

de 16 Mayo, 1879. 3a ed. Habana, 1890. 8°. 101, (1) p. [3, Hon. R. O. 
Garofalo.] 

— Real decreto ley aplicando a las provlncias de Ultramar la ley de lo contencioso 

administrativo dictada para la Peninsula, 13 Sept., 1888. Habana, 1888. S^. 
44 p. [3, Hon. R. G. Garofalo.] 

— Reglamento general para la ejecncion de la ley hipotecaria de la isla de Cuba. 

Habana, 1880. 8°. 151 p. [3, Hon. R. G. Garofalo.] 

— Reglamento para la concesion de licencias de caza o pesca y uso de armas en la 

isla de Cuba. Habana, 1886. 8<'. 11 p. [3, Hon. R. G. Garofalo.] 
Culin, Stewart. Chinese games with dice. Read before the Oriental Club of Phila- 
delphia, Mar. 14, 1889. Phila., 1889. 8°. 21 p. [3, Author.] 

— The 1' Hing or '* Patriotic Rising.*' Chinese secret societies in the U. S. n-p.^ 

1890. 8°. (24) p. [3, Author.] 
CuUum, Oeorge W. Biographical register of the officers and graduates of the 
U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., 1802-90. With the early history 
of the Academy. 3d ed. revised and extended. Bost., 1891. 3 v. 8°. 748, 
xxviiip.; (2) , 870, xxviii p. ; (2) , 672, xxviii p. [I] 

Contents. 

Vol.1. No8. 1-1,000. 
2. Nos. 1.001-2,000. 
8. No8. 2,001-8,384. — Early history. 

CumingSy Henry. See AUen, W. 

Currency. See Butler, G. A.; — Dunbar, C. F.; — Hooper, S.; — Jones, 
J. P. ; — MendenhaU, F. ; — Money question, etc. ; — Ogden, J. DeP. ; — 
Traqualr, —. 

Currency explosions, their cause and cure. {^Anon.] N. Y., 1868. 8°. 16 p. [1] 

Curtis, Benjamin Robbins. See Kirkland, C. P. ; — Robbins, C. 

Curtis, George William. The public school and civil service reform. Address 
before the Department of Superintendence of the National Educational Associa- 
tion, Philadelphia, Feb. 25, 1891. h.t.p. [1891.] 8°. 103-115 p. [3] 

Curtis, James Freeman. See Greenwood, F. W. P. 

Curtis, O. B. History of the 24th Michigan of the Iron Brigade, known as the 
Detroit and Wayne Co. regiment. Illus. Detroit, 1891. 1. 8°. 483 p. Por- 
traits. [1] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 65 

Curtis, Russell H. Important Federal statutes annotated. Chicago, 1891. 8®. (2), 
yii, 223 p. [I] 

The appendix, pages 206-223, contains the Organization of the United States Circuit Courts 
of Appeals. 

Cushlng, Caleb. An address at the laying of the comer stone of the new Town 

Hall in Newburyport, July 4, 1850. Newburyport, 1850. 8°. 16 p. [3] 
Oushlng, Luther Stearns. Lex parliamentaria Americana. Elements of the law 

andpracticeoflegislatiTe assemblies in the United States. 9th ed. Bost., 1874. 

1. 8°. xxxvi, 1063 p. [1] 
Cutler, Samuel. The. origin, progress, and present condition of St. Andrews 

Church, Hanover, Ms. Sermon, Not. 8, 1846. Bost., 1848. 8°. 24 p. [1] 
Cutter, Charles Ammi. The Cutter author*marks. h.t.p, [1891.] 8°. 8 p. [3, 

Author.] 
Cutting^, Augustus K. See Mexico. 
Cyclop8Bdia of temperance and prohibition. N. Y., 1891. 8°. 671 p. [1] 

Dakota. Agricultural College and Experiment StcUion, Brookings, Bulletin, no. 
1, 3, 6. Nov. 1887, April 1888, Dec. 1888. Brookings, [1887-88]. 8«>. [3] 

— Superintendent of Public Instruction, 17tb annua! report, 1886. Yankton, 1887. 

8<>. [2] 

— Supreme Court. Reports of cases, 1887-89. By R. B. Tripp, reporter. Vol. 6. 

Chicago, 1891. 8°. [2] 

— See licwis, T. H. 

Dale, D. Alphabetical index to the regulations of government for the territories 

under the presidency of Fort William in Bengal. With an appendix exhibiting 

the alterations and modifications of regulations to the etid of the year 1830. 

Calcutta, 1830. 4°. iv, 609 p. [1] 
Daly, Charles P. Exports of cases in the Court of Common Pleas for the city and 

county of New York, [1888-90]. Vol. 15. N. Y., 1891. 8°. [1] 
Damages. See Sedg^iclc, T. 
Dame, Lorin Low, and Brooks, Henry. Typical elms and other trees of Massa- 

chosetts. Introductory chapter by O. W. Holmes. Plates. Bost., 1890. 4°. 

89 p. [1] 
Damon, David. A sermon, Charlton, Mass., Sept. 14, 1826, annual meeting of 

the Auxiliary Bible Society in the county of Worcester. Worcester, [1826]. 

8°. 27 p. [1] 
Damon, Norwood. Memorial of the Boston Firemen's Veteran Association. 

3d ed. Bost., 1880. 8°. 32 p. [3] 
Dana, Daniel. A sermon in commemoration of William Bartlet, an associate 

founder of the Theological Seminary, Andover, before the trustees, visitors, 

faculty and students of the Institution, Apr. 19, 1841. Andover, 1841. 8°. 

36 p. [3] 
Dana, Edmund Lovell. See Reynolds, S. 
Dana, Mrs. Henrietta. See Allen, B. K. 
Dana, Joseph. A discourse, Ipswich, Mass., 4th July, 1827. Ipswich, 1827. 8°. 

15 p. [3] 
Dana, Richard Henry. See Adams, C. F. 
Daniel, John Warmck. A treatise on the law of negotiable instruments, including 

bills of exchange, promissory notes, negotiable bonds and coupons, etc, 4th ed. 

N. Y., 1891. 2 v. 8°. cxxvi, (1), 941 p. ; xi, 989 p. [I] 
Dan vers. Mass, See Braman, M. P., and Whittemore, T. 

— Peabody Institute. 18th-23d annual report of the trustees, for the year ending 

March 31, 1885— March 31, 1890. Danvers, 1885-90. 8°. Illus. [3] 

— Second Universalist Cliurch. See Prince, J. 

Dartmouth CoUege, Hanover^ N. H. Centennial celebration, July 21, 1869. 
Hanover, 1870. 8°. xx, 101 p. Illus. [3] 

— The charter of Dartmouth College. Hanover, 1816. 8°. 14 p. [3] 



66 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Dartmoutli College, Hanover, N. H., continued. 

— Dedication of Rollins Chapel and Wilson Hall, Jane 24, 1885. n,p,, 1886. 8°. 

66 p. Portrait, illas., and plans. [I] 

— Laws of Dartmoath College. Haverhill, N. H., 1822. 8°. 21 p. [3] 

— Same. Hanover, 1828. 8°. 24 p. [3] 

— Same, Hanover, 1832. 8°. 28 p. [3] 

— Same, Hanover, 1837. 8®. 28 p. [3] 

— Same, Hanover, 1871. 8°. 14 p. [3] 

— New Hampshire Medical Institation. [Annual circular, etc.] h,t.p, [1841.] 

12°. 11, (1) p. [3] 

— Order of declamations, Aug. 1826-27, 29-31, 36. h.t.p. [1826-35.] 12° and 

8'*. [3] • 

— Order of exercises at the exhibition of the junior class, May 1826— May 1829. 

h.t.p. [1826-29.] 8°. [3] 

— Order of exercises at the exhibition of the senior class, Nov. 1826— Nov. 1827. 

h.t.p. [1826-27.] 8°. [3] 

— Statutes relating to medical graduation, passed Aug. 26, 1812. h,t.p, [1812.] 

8°. 8 p. [3] 

— See Chase, F. 

— Chandler Scientific Department, Anniversary exercises, June 25, 1872. Hanover, 

1872. 8°. (4) p. [3] 
Class of \m). Graduating themes. n.;>., [1880]. 8°. (3) p. [3] 

— Class q/'1811. Minutes of their meeting, 1849, also brief biographical notices of 

members. Concord, N. H., 1850. 8°. 36 p. [3] 

— Class of 1827. Proceedings, July, 1852, and brief notices of members. Lynn, 

1853. 8°. 36 p. [3] 

— Class of 1838. Records of the meeting of the class, July 28, 1858, 20th anniver- 

sary. Bost., 1858. 12°. 12 p. [3] 

— Class of 1816. Catalogue, including a record of meetings since graduation, 

sketches of living members, obituary notices, etc., to 1863. Concord, N. H., 
1863. 8°. 61, (2) p. [3] 

— Clcus of 1857. Report fi'om graduation to 20th anniversary, 1877, by C. A. 

Carleton. N. Y., 1877. 8°. 48 p. [I] 

— Class of 1859. [Exercises], class day, July 26, 1859. h.t.p, [1869.] 8°. 
4 p. [3] 

— Class of 1867. Exercises, class day, July 16, 1867. Concord, 1867. 8°. 64, 

(l)p. [3] 

— Class of 1870. Exercises, class day, July 19, 1870. Hanover, 1870. 8°. 

64 p. [3] 

— Kappa Kappa Kappa Society. Catalogue, [1859, 63, 69]. n.p., [1859-69], 8°. 

Portrait. [3] 

— Society of Social Friends. Catalogue of books in the Social Friends* Library, 

March 1841. Hanover, 1841. 8°. 136 p. [3] 

Catalogue of the officers and members, 1839. Concord, 1839. 8°. 56 p. [3] 

Catalogue of the Society, 1783-1826, Jan., 1820. Bost., 1826. 8°. 38 p. [3] 

— United Fraternity, Catalogue of members, Aug. 1818. Hanover, 1818. 8°. 

24 p. [3] 

Darwin, Charles Robert. See Lowell, J. A. 

Dauby, J. De I'am^lioration de la condition des classes laborieuses et des classes 
pauvres en Belgique au point de vne moral, intellectuel et physique. Bruxelles, 
1885. 12°. xxii, (l),375p. [1] 

Davenport, Benjamin R., editor. The best fifty books of the greatest authors 
condensed for busy people. Buffalo, N. Y., 1891. 8°. 771 p. Portraits. [I] 

Davenport, Charles. The embankment and park on the Charles-River bay. 
n.t.p. [18—.] 1. 8°. 1 sheet. [3] 

Davis, Andrew McFarland. The early college buildings at Cambridge. Worces- 
ter, 1890. 1. 8°. 29 p. [3, Author,] 



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Davis, Daniel. See Mellen, J., Jr. 

Davis, George T., ane^^Moore, Greorge H. Slavery in Massachasetts, two letters 

from Historical magazine, Sept.-Oct., 1866. N. Y., 1866. 8°. (4), 12 p. [I] 
Davis, Mrs, Harriet Matilda (Sherburne). In memory of Mrs. Davis, born Jan. 

14, 1829, died Oct. 14, 1873. Camb., 1874. 12°. 47 p. [1] 
Davis, Henry G. Speech in the Senate of the United States, Jan« 14, 1879. Brief 

history of agriculture. Wash., 1879. 8°. 24 p. [3] 
Davis, Henry Phillips Stonehewer. See Loivell, C. 
Davis, John. Address to the two branches of the Legislature [of Massachusetts] , 

Jan. 5, 1842. Bost., 1842. 8°. 19 p. [1] 

— See Gannett, E. S. 

Davis, K. Darnell. The historical geography of the West Indies. Georgetown, 
1891. 8°. 26 p. [3, Author.] 

— Papers relating to the early history of Barbados. Georgetown, 1891. 8°. 12 p. 

[3, Author.] 
Davis, Noah. Report to the Surrogate's Court, city and county of New York, on 

the American Surety Company, h.t.p. [1887.] 8**. 12 p. [3] 
Davis, Perley B. Sermon on the 10th anniversary as pastor of the First Congrega- 
tional Church, Hyde Parle, April 1877. Bost., [1877]. 8°. 12 p. [2] 
Davis, Robert Thompson. Oration, Amesbury, July 4, 1888, at the unveiling of 

ttie statue of Josiah Bartlett. Wash., 1888. 8°. 23 p. [4] 
Davis, William Morris, and others. Investigation of the sea-breeze. Camb., 1890. 

4°. (51) p. Plates. [3] 
Davis, Woodbury. Congregational polity, usages and law. Bost., 1865. 8®. 

59 p. [1] 
Davy, David Elisfaa. See Gatfield, G. 
Dawes, Henry Laurens. Public expenditures. Speech in reply to Mr. Voorhees, 

in the House of Representatives, May 27, 1862. n.t.p. [Wash., 1862.] 8°. 

16 p. [2] 
Daives, Rufus R. Service with the 6th Wisconsin Volunteers. Marietta, Ohio, 

1890.8°. (4), v, (5)-330p. Portraits. [1] 
Daives, Samuel R. the civil procedure of the East India Company's courts in the 

presidency of Fort St. George, in suits and appeals. Madras, 1856. 8°. iv, (2), 

475 p. [1] 
Dawson, Sir William, and Penhallow, D. P. Notes on specimens of fossil wood 

from the Erian (Devonian) of New York and Kentucky. h.t.p. [1891.] 8°. 

242-247 p. Plate. [3] 

— On the pleistocene flora of Canada. Wash., 1890. 1. 8°. (24) p. [3, Z). P. Pen- 

hallow.] 

Dawson, William Harbutt. The unearned increment : or. Reaping without sow- 
ing. Lond., 1890. 12°. vi, 156, (2) p. [1] 

Day, David F. An address commemorative of George W. Clinton, before the Buf- 
falo Historical Society, Mar. 24', 1890. Buflfalo, 1890. 8°. 29 p. [3] 

Day, J. Alphonso. A brief history of the Methodist Episcopal Society of Rock 
Bottom and vicinity. Fitchburg, 1889. 8°. 37, (2) p. Illus. [3, Author.] 

Day, P. B. A sermon at the funeral of Benjamin Franklin Nichols, Aug. 6, 1864. 
Nashua, N. H., 1854. 8°. 16 p. [1] 

Dayton, Ohio. Board of Police Commissioners. 7th-12th annual report. 1879- 
84. Dayton, 1880-85. 8°. [3] 

Deaf and dumb. See Liist, etc. 

Dean, Amos. Eulogy on the life and character of the late Judge Jesse Buel, before 
the New York State Agricultural Society, 6th Feb., 1840. Albany, 1840. 8°. 
24,6. (2), 4 p. [2] 

Dean, John Ward. Sketch of the life of Michael Wigglesworth. Appended, a 
fragment of his autobiography, letters, and catalogne of bis library, Albany, 
1863. 8°. 20 p. [1] 

Dean, Mrs. Mary. See Lamson, A. 



68 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Deane, James. See Bowdltch, H. I. 

DearborD, Nathaniel. Guide through Mount Auburn,* with engravings and 

engraved plan. 10th cd. Bost., 1856. 12°. S3 p. [2] 

Decisive events in American history. Bost., 1891 [1890] . 16^. Portrait, maps and 

illus. [1] 

Contents, 

Drake, 8. A. The takingr of Loulabnrg, 1745. 

DeCosta, Benjamin Franklin. Ancient Norombega, or, the Voyages of Simon 
Ferdinando and John Walker to the Penobscot River, 1579-80. Revised from 
the N. E. Historical and Genealogical Register, April, 1890. Albany, 1890. 8°. 
12 p. [3, Author.] 

— Myvyrian archaiology: the pre-Columbian voyages of the Welsh to America. 

Albany, 1891. 8°. 12 p. [3, Author.] 
-— Three score and ten. Story of St. Philip's Church, New York City. Discourse, 
Feb. 17, 1889. N. Y., 1889. 8°. 57 p. [3. Author,] 

— The voyage of Pierre Angibaut, known as Champdor^, captain in the marine of 

New France, made to the coast of Maine, 1608. Albany, 1891. 8*^. 7 p. [3, 
Author,] 
Dedham, Mass. List of persons assessed for a poll tax, 1891. Dedham, 1891. 8®. 
25 p. [3] 

— High School Association. Historical catalogue of the High School teachers and 

students, 1851-89. Dedham, 1889. 8°. 213, (1) p. Portraits. [3, Don Glea- 
son Hill, Dedham.] 

— Views in Dedham. [Anon.] n.;?., [18— ]. obi. 24®. 22 p. [3] 

— First Society. See Haven, J. 

Dedham Historical Register, 1890. Vol. 1. Dedham, 1890. 8°. iv, (2), 158 p. 
Maps and illus. [3] 

Dedham Historical Society. Chart [for genealogical records], n.p.^ [18—]. 
Size, 14X18.7 in. [3] 

Deerfield, Mass. Deerfield Summer School of History and Romance. 
Programme, 1886-89. n.p., 1886-90. 32° and 8°. [3] 

[Prospectus, 4th-5th session], 1889-90. «.;?., 1889-90. 12° and 8°. [3] 

Deerfield Valley Agricultural Society. 20th annual report. Transactions, 
1890. North Adams, 1890. 8°. [4] 

DeForest, Heman Packard, and Bates, Edward Craig. The history of West- 
borough, Mass. Westborough, 1891. 8°. xvi, (1), 504 p. Poi*traits, illus., 
folded plate and map. [I] 

Contents. 

Part 1. Early history by H. P. DeForest 
8. Later history by £. C. Bates. 

Delafield, Edward. Biographical sketch of J. Kearny Rodgers. N. Y., 1852. 

8°. 28 p. [2] 
DeLancey, William H. The office of a bishop; being part of the sermon at the 

consecration of the present bishop of the diocese of Massachusetts. Bost., 

1844. 12°. 30 p. [1] 
Delaware. Governor. Thanksgiving proclamation, [Nov. 27, 1890. Dover, 1890.] 

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— State Board of Education. Biennial report on the free schools by the president, 

for the period ending Dec. 1, 1890. Georgetown, 1891. 8°. [2] 

— See Rawle, F. 

Delaware College. Agricultural Experiment Station, Newark. Bulletin, no. 

10-13. [Oct. 1890]— July 1891. Newark, [1890-91]. 8°. [3] 
Del Mar, Alexander. A history of money in ancient countries. Lond., 1885. 8°. 

xxxiv, 358 p. [1] 

— A history of the precious metals. Lond., 1880. 8°. xx, (2), 373 p. [1] 
Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. [Catalogue. New Haven, 1867.] 8°. 

(l),269p. [2] 



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Dembitz, Lewis N. Kentucky jarisprudence. Constitutional and political law, 

the law of real estate, other rights of property, persons and their obligations. 

With an introduction on the sources of Kentucliy law. LouiSTille, 1890. S°. 

xxxii, 714 p. [1] 
Democratic Party. Democratic platform. People's resolutions, etc. [Anon.] 

N. Y., 1865. 8°. 15 p. [2] 

— National Convention^ Cincinnati^ Ohio^ 1880. Official proceedings. Reported 

by E. B. Dickinson. Dayton, 1882. 8°. xvi, 168 p. Portraits. [3, WaUer H, 
French^ Boston.] 

— National Convention^ Chicago, 1884. Official proceedings. Reported by E. B, 

Dickinson. N. Y., [1884] . 8°. xxvii, 297 p. Portraits. [3, W. H. French.] 

— National Convention, St. Louis, 1888. Official proceedings. Reported by E. B. 

Dickinson. St. Louis, 1888. 8°! xviii, 182 p. Portraits. [3, W. H. French.] 
I>enegrl, Gaspard. See IiOivell» C. 
Dentistry. See Codman, J. T. ; — r Greeo, S. A. ; — Hoive, J. M. ; — Meriam, 

H. C. ; — Shepard, L. D. 
Denver, Col. Board of Education. Annual report of District No. 1, Sept. 1, 1890. 

Denver, 1890. 8®. [3] 

— Public Library. Bulletin. Vol. 1, no. 1-3, 6. Oct.-Dec. 1890, Aug. 1891. n.tp. 

[1890-91.] 1. 8°. [3] 
Depei^v, Chauncey Mitchell, and others. Arguments for the city of New York, 

[before the committee of the Senate on the quadri-centennial celebration of the 

discovery of America, Jan. 11, 1890]. N. Y., 1890. 4°. 37 p. [3] 
De Peyster, John Watts. Mary Stuart, Both well, and the casket letters. With 

illus. and portraits. N. Y., 1890. 1. 8°. 39 p. [3, Author.] 
Derby Academy, Hingham^ Mass. [Course of study, etc.] n.t.p. [18 — .] 8°. 

(3) p. [3] 
Derry, N. H. First Church. Manual containing historical sketch, form of 

admission, articles of faith, etc. Lawjrence, 1876. 12°. 30 p. [1] 
Des Moines, Iowa. Benedict Home. See Icwa. General Assembly. 
Detroit, Mich. Public Library. Bulletin no. 1, of books added to the library in 

1889. Including also, English prose fiction added since March, 1886, and books in 

the German language added since Sept., 1886. Detroit, 1890. 1. 8°. 152 p. [3] 
Catalogue des livres fi'an9ais de la bibliothdque. Sept., 1889. Detroit, 1889. 

1.8°. (l),57p. [3] 
Catalogue of English prose fiction and juvenile books. March, 1886. Detroit, 

1886. L 8°. (1), 179p. [3] 
General catalogue of the books, except fiction, French and German, in the 

library. 1888. Detroit, 1889. 2 pt. in 1 v. 1. 8°. viii, 684 p.; (2), 585-1113 p. [3] 
Katalog der dentschen Abtheilung der Bibliothek. Detroit, 1886. I. 8°. iv, 

126 p. [3] 
Detroit Journal year book, 1890. No. 2. Detroit, 1890. 8°. 128 p. [3] 
De Vinn6, Daniel. The Methodist Episcopal Church and slavery. Historical 
• survey of the relation of the- early Methodists to slavery. N. Y., 1857. 8°. 

95, (1) p. [1]. 
Devon Mines, Lake Superior. Statement concerning the mines. Bost., 18C3. 8°. 

8 p. Map. [2] 
Dewey, Frederick P. The department of metallurgy and economic geology in the 

United States National Museum, n.p.^ 1890. 8°. 26 p. [3, Author.] 

— The Heroult process of smelting aluminum alloys, n.^., 1890. 8°. 8 p. 

[3, Author.] 

— The Lewis and Bartlett bag-process of collecting lead fumes at the Lone Elm 

works, Joplin, Missouri, n.p., 1890. 8°: 31 p. lllus. [3, Author.] 
Dewey, Orville. Reply to Mr. Dewey's address, Sheffield, Mass., with extracts 
from the same. Charleston, 1856. 8°. 32 p. [2] 

— Rights, claims and duties of opinion. Address before the Berry St. Ministerial 

Conference, May 28, 1845. Bost., 1845. S^'. 23 p. [1] 



70 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

De Wolf,. Austin. The town meeting. A manaal of Massachusetts law. Bost., 
1890. sm. 8°. xvi, 9-198 p. [I] 

Dexter, Samuel. Our fathers God, the hope of posterity. Some serious thoughts 
on the foundation, rise and growth of the settlements in New England. Dis- 
course, Dedhara, Nov. 23, 1738. Host., 1738. 12°. (6), 51 p. [3, Don Gleason 
Hillf Dedham.] 

Dexter, Thomas C. A. See Butler, B. F. 

Deyo, Simeon L. History of Barnstable County, Mass., 1620-1890. lllus. N. Y., 
1890. I. 8°. xii, 1010 p. Portraits and map. [1] 

Dhammapada. See Cook, J. P. 

Dickens, Charles (John Huffam). See Soldan, F. L. 

Dickinson, Sidney. Letters to the Boston Journal and Springfield Republican, 
descriptive of his trip over the Canadian Pacific Railway, n.p., [1887] . Narrow 
12°. 25 p. [3] 

Dickinson, Timothy. A sermon before the Massachusetts Missionary Society at 
their 12th annual meeting, Boston, May 28,* 1811. Bost., 1811. 8°. 24 p. [I] 

Dike, Samuel Warren. Divorce legislation, n.t.p: [1889.] 8°. 8 p. (National 
Divorce Reform League. Publ., special series, 1889, no. 11.) [3, AiUhor.] 

— Divorce legislation, n.p., [1890]. 8°. (24) p. (National Divorce Reform 

League. Special series of 1889, no. 3.) [3] 

— Present phases of the divorce question. n./>., [1890]. 8°. 15 p. (National 

Divorce Reform League. Publ., special issues, 1890, no. 1.) [3, AiUhor.] 

— Problems of the family, n Lp, [1890] 8°. [3] 

Pages 385-395 of the Century magazine, Dec. 1890. Present-day papers. 

— Uniform marriage and divorce laws, n.p., [1891]. 8°. 12 p. (National 

Divorce Reform League. Publ., special issues, 1891, no. 1.) [3] 
Diman, Jeremiah Lewis. See Atwood, £. S. 
District of Columbia. Public schools of the District. Manual training, etc. 

Teachers* manual. [By J. A. Chamberlain and J. F. McNab.] Wash., 1890. 

8°. 84 p. Plates. [3] 

— Board of Trustees of Public Schools. Report, 1889-90. Wash., 1891. 8®. [2] 

— Circuit Court for the County of Washington. Reports of cases argned and 

adjudged, Nov. [28], 1840— [June 28, 1844]. By a member of the Washington 
bar. {Anon.] Wash , 1883. 8°. (2), 193 p. [1] 

No more printed. 

— Supreme Court. District of Columbia reports, v. 7. Reports of cases in the 

Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, Feb. 1869-72. Reported by F. H. 

Mackey. Wash., 1891. 8°. [1] 
Reports of cases, Nov. 5, 1888— Mar. 24, 1890. Reported by F. H. Mackey. 

Vol. 18 [District of Columbia reports], 7 Mackey. Wash., 1890. 8°. [1] 
Divorce. See Browne, G., and Powles, L. D. ; — Dike, S. W. ; — Fergusson, 

J.; — National Divorce Reform League* 
Dixon, James Main. Dictionary of idiomatic English phrases. Lond., 1891. 12?. 

384 p. [I] 
Doane, George Washington, Bp. of New Jersey. Argument in reply to the paper 

read before the Court of Bishops, Burlington, 11 Oct., 1852, by the Bishops of 

Virginia, Ohio and Maine; in answer to the representation from the Diocese 

of New Jersey. Newark, 1852. 8°. 16 p. [3] 

— See Letter to Charles King. 
Dod family. See Dodd, S. 

Dodd, Stephen. A family record of Daniel Dod, who settled [in] Branford, 1644, 
and also of his descendants in New Jersey, n.p.., 1839. 12°. 24 p. [3] 

Dodge, William Earl. See Martyn, C. 

Dolge, Alfred. The just distribution of earnings, so-called "profit sharing"; 
acconnt of the labors of Alfred Dolge, in Dolgeville, [N. Y.], [with extracts 
from his speeches and letters] . N. Y., 1889. f°. 93 p. Portrait and illus. [1] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 71 

Dolfi^eville, iV. F. See Dolge, A. 

Donnell, R. Reports of one hundred and ninety cases In the Irish Land Conrts, 
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72 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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74 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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BngUsh Men of Action. Lend., 1890-91. 2 v. 12°. Portraits. [1] 

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Falrbank, Calvin. Rev. Calvin Fairbank during slavery times. How he " fought 
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76 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Fall River, Mcu8. Public Library, 18th, [20th-22d] annual report of the trustees. 

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Falligant, Louis A. A monograph on the yellow fever of 1876. in Savannah, Oa. 

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containing the laws regulating ^he sale of intoxicating liquors, etc. With a 

digest of decisions of the Supreme Judicial Court. Revised ed. Bost., 1890. 

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Federal govemraent. See Hart, A. B. 
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Finance. See Royal hant, etc. 

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the Canadian Pacific Railway, Yellowstone Park and the Grand Caflon. With 

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Fisher, Clarence Woodward. Genealogy of Joseph Fisher and his descendants 
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Fisher, Ebenezer, Jr. See Lamson, A. 

Fisher family. See Fisher, C. W. 

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Fisk & Hatch. Memoranda concerning government bonds, United States, state, 
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Fiske, John. The American revolution. Bost., 1891. 2 v. 12°. xxl, 344 p. ; xii, 
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Fitchhur gy Mass, Registry of Deeds. iSe^ Massachusetts. General Court. 

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Flannagan, W. W. The necessity for a bank circulation. h.t.p. N. Y., 1887. 
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Flatbush, N, T. Reformed Church. See Vanderbilt, G. L. 

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Flax and Hemp Growers' and Spinners' Association of the United 
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Fleming, Sandford. Royal Society of Canada. Address, May 27, 1890. The 
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Fletcher, Charles Robert Leslie. Gustavus Adolphus and the struggle of Protes- 
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Fletcher, James. Acton in history. Compiled for the Middlesex County his- 
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Namely. 

RondonI, O. I pld anticbi frammeiitl del costituto florentluo. 
Te«cltlo, A. del. Le seconde nozze del conluge superstite. 



78 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Florence. R. Istltuto dl Studi Superiori Pratiel e dl Perfeziona* 

mentOy continued. 

Sesione di Medieina e Chirurgia. Pubblicazioni. Firenze, 1883. 2 t. 

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Natnely. 

FlUppl, A. Esegesl medico legale sul methodns testlflcandl di O. B. Codronchl. 
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I<aclanl, L. Linee generali della flslologia del cenrelletto. Prima memoria. 
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— Governor. Arbor Day proclamation, [appointing 8th Jan., 1891]. Tallahassee, 

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— State Agricultural College. Experiment Stationt Lake City. Balletin, no. 12-13. 

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— Supreme Court. Cases argued and adjudged, 1889. Reported by W. 6. Lamar. 

Vol. 25. Tallahassee, 1890. 8°. [2] 

— See Norton, C. L. ; — Powell, J. C. 
Food. See Atkinson, E. 

Foot, Caleb. See Foote, C. 

Foote, Allen R. Municipal ownership of industries. Wash., 1891. 8^ 8 p. [3] 

— Municipal ownership of quasi-public works. Wash., 1891. 8°. 14 p. [3, Author.] 
Foote, Caleb. Reminiscences of the Revolution. Prison letters and sea journal 

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Foote, John Alderson. Foreign and domestic law. A concise treatment of private 

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Forests See Burma. Conservators of Forests ; — Smithsonian Institution. 
Forgery. See Society of Arts. 
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Fort Dodge, Iowa. Free Public Library. Supplemental catalogue. Addltioni 

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Fort Payne, Ala. See Fort Payne Goal- and Iron Company. 
Fort Payne Goal and Iron Company. [Circular letter.] n.t.p. [1888.] 4°. 

(2) p. Folded map. [3] 

— Copy of trust deed conveying real property of [the] Company to Old Colony 

Trust Company, Boston, to secure an issue of ^300,000 in bonds, n.t.p. [1891.] 
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— Fort Payne, Ala., illus. Feb. 1889— Aug. 1890. Elizabeth, N. J., 1890. 

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Fort Worth, Texas. See Hurley, T. J. 

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Foss, Alonzo E., & Go. History and directory of Abington and Whitman, Mass., 

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— History and directory of Franklin, Mass., 1890. Bost., 1890. 8°. 139 p. \\] 



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Fobs, Alonzo E., & Co., continued. 

— History and directory of Middleboro, Mass., 1889. Host., 1889. 8^. 191 p. [1] 

— History and directory of Norwood, Mass., 1890. History, by Francis Tinker. 

Bost., 1890. 8°. 122 p. [1] 

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Foster, Joseph. Alamni Oxooienses : the members of tbe University of Oxford, 
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Contenti. 
Vol. 1. Abba— Dyve. 

— Index ecclesiasticns ; or. Alphabetical lists of all ecclesiastical dignitaries in 

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Foster, Joseph, Paymaster, U, S. Navy. The presentation of flags to the schools 
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— Roster of Storer Post, no. 1, department of New Hampshire, Grand Army of the 

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Foivle, William Bentley. A lecture on the best method of teaching geography. 

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Fowler, William Chauncey. Essays : historical, literary, educational. Hartford, 

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Framlngham, Mass. Reports of the treasurer, 1838-39, 41-42, 42-43, 44-45—48- 
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France. Archives parlementaires de 1787 k 1860. Imprim6 sons la direction de J. 

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Contents. 

Vol. 7. Table des CahierB des M&ta G^n^raux, r^dig^e par M. La Taste. 

8. £:tats G^n^ranx, 6 mai— 27 Juin 1789. — Assembl^e Natlonale ConBtltnantei 
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0-tl, 23-31. Assembl^e Natlonale Constltuante, 16 sept. 1789—2 Jan. 1791, 6 f6v.— 80 
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32. Du sept. 1791, suite des annexes. — Table g^n^rale chronologlque de TAssem- 

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83. Table g^n^rale alphabetique de VAssembl^e Natlonale Constltnante, co- 
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84-35. Assembl^e Natlonale Legislative, 1 oct.— 10 d^c. 1791. 

Vol. 8-10. " Imprim^ sous la direction de J. Mavidal, E. Laurent et E. Clavel ; v. 34, sons la 
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— Same. 2e s6rie. Tome 74-77. 11 Jan.— 29 no v. 1832. Paris, 1890. 4 v. 

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— ^ Minist^e de V Agriculture. Bulletin. 9e ann^, no. 4-6, aoi^t-nov. 1890; lOe 
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— Commerce. See Moreau de Jonn^s, A. 

— Constitution. See Lockivood, H. C. 

— Description, etc. See Handbook for travellers ; — Hare, A. J. C. ; — Joanne, P. 

— Finance. See Miillnen, R. J. P., Graf yon ; — Kelley, W. D. ; — Richer, A. 

— History. See liock'wood, H. C. ; — Talne, H. A. 

— Jurisprudence. See Goirand, L. ; — Guyot, Y. 



80 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Francisco, M. J. A review of an argament in support of the limited post and 
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Franklin, Benjamin. See Gilpin, H. D.; — Green, S. A. 

Franklin, Siass. Directories. See Fobs, A. E., & Co. 

Franklin County (Mass.) Agricultural Society. Transactions, 1890. Green- 
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Franklin County (Ohio) Children's Home. 8th annual report, Feb. 1889. 
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Franklin Institute of Pennsylvania for the Promotion of the Mechanic 
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Free trade and Protection. See Beecher, H. W. ; — Bradford, S. D.; — 

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Freeman, Edward Augustus. The history of Sicily from the earliest times. 

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Vol. 1. The native nations : the Phoenician and Greek settlements. 

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yamelp. 

liOdffe, H. C. Boston. 
Boonevelt, T. New York. 

Freeman, James. See GreenTrood, F. W. P. 

Freeman, Samuel. The town officer. 3d ed. Bost., 1794. 12°. 240 p. [3, James 
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— A valuable assistant to every man ; or. The American Clerk's Magazine, contain- 

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Freemasons. See Harris, T. M.; — Massachusetts. General Court ;^ 
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— Massachusetts, Grand Lodge, Proceedings, Dec. 12, 1888— Feb. 22, 1889, July 

22— Dec. 1890. Bost., 1889-91. 8°. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 81 

FreemasonSy continued. 

— United States^ Northern Jurisdiction. Supreme Council. Proceedings of the 

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French, John M. Lieat. William French and his descendants, hd.p. [Bost., 
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French Protestant College^ Lowelly Mass. 2d annual report. Ware, Mass., 
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French Protestant Gollege, Springjieldy Mass. A brief statement. Spring- 
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French spoliations. See United States. Department of State. 

Friends, Society of. See Bishop, G. 

— Pennsylvaniaj New Jersey and Delaware. An address of the representatives of 

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FVink, Henry Allyn. An address commemorative of Richard Henry Mather, 

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Frothingham, Octavius Brooks. The eternal life. Discourse, Salem, April 15, 

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Funk Island. See Lucas, F. A. 

F^irber, H. W., editor. Protection or free trade the question of the day, a collec- 
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Gambling. See Richards, J. 

Game laws. See Cuba ; — Massachusetts Fish and Game Protective 
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Gannett, Ezra Stiles. A discourse at the funeral of William B. 0. Peabody, 
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82 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Garden and Forest. lUas. Vol. 8. Jan.-Dec. 1890. N. Y., 1890. F. [1] 
Gardiner, William Howard. An address before the Phi Beta Kappa Societ7, 

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Genealogy. See Tanguay, C, Vabb^. 

Oenealogieg of tbe following fkmilieB have been received during the year, namely : Aller- 
ton ; — Ames ; — Ball ; — Biir«low ; — Braba«lier ; — Bry-ant ; — Bnivner ; 
-^ Barnham ; — Carteret ; -- Cliainplon ; — Bod ; — Badley ; >- Ebernart ; 

— Emery ; — Farnswortli ; — l^slier ; — Freneb ; — Qoodw^ln ; — Oalld ; — 
milesas ; — Hooker ; — Knox ; — liorlntr « — I<ow ; — MeKean ; — IHatlier $ 

— JHeeetai ; — . niansell ; — Parker ; — Perry ; — Plerson ; ■— Bobinaon ; — 
Say ward ; — Bberman ; — Sblppen $ — Simonds ; — Smitb ; — Mpeneer ; — 
Tbayer ; — Tbompaon ; — Tomllmson ; — Torry ; — Tvrlnliiff ; — Tassall ; 

— Waabinston ; — Wblttemore ; — Williams. 

General Conference of the Congregational Churches in Maine. 64th- 
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Gentleman's Magazine. Vol. 269-270. July 1890— June 1891. Lond-, 1890-91. 
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Geography. See Fowle, W. B.;— New England Association of School 
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Geology. See McGee, W. J. ; — Smithsonian Institution. 

George, Lake. See Green, S. A. 

Georgetown, 3faM. Course of stndy. Grammar school. n.j9., [1890?]. Broad- 
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— Same. Intermediate school, n.p., [1890 ?] . 1 sheet. 4°. [3] 

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Gheel, Belgium. See Tuttle, G. T. 



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Gibbinsy Henry de Beltgens. The history of commerce in Earope. With mapi. 

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Gladstone, William Ewart. On books and the housing of them. N. Y., 1890. 

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Glasgoiv, Scotland. Registration Appeal Court, See SiTvinton, A. 
Gloucester, Mass, Board of Health, 9th annual report. Gloucester, 1891. 

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— See Babson, J. J. 

Gloucester Daily Times. Jan. 1890— June 1891. Gloucester, 1890-91. 2 v. 

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Gloversville, N. T. Free Library, 10th annual report, [1890]. GloTersvllle, 

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Gluck, James Fraser, and Becker, August. The law of receivers of corporations, 

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Gorhaniy John. See Jackson, J. 



84 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Gtouldy William Edward. The Christian grace of glTing. Address before the 
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Government bonds. See Fisk & Hatch. 

Government Handbook, The : a record of the forms and methods of government 
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GoTven, Franklin B. Argument before the Interstate Commerce Commission, Jan. 
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Grahn, K. B. Kentucky resources. Report on Big and Little Sandy Valleys. 

Timber resources with refbrence to wood manufactures at home. Paper read 

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Grain. See Salmon, C. S. 
Grand Army of the Republic. [Circular announcing the committees of the 

national encampment, Boston, 1890.] n.t.p. [1890.] t°. (2) p. [4] 

— Rules and regulations. [Toledo] , 1884. 16°. 40 p. [3] 

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— Department of Massachusetts. By-laws of Thomas A. Parker Post, no. 195. 

Ayer, 1890. 24°. 7 p. [3] 

Proceedings, 24th annual encampment, Feb. 11-12, 1891. Bost., 1891. 8°. 

Portrait. [3] 

— Department of New Hampshire. Storer Post iVb. 1. See Foster, J. 

— Woman's Relief Corps. Journal of the 8th annual convention, Boston, Aug. 

13-14, 1890. Bost., 1890. 8°. Portrait. [3, Mrs. Annie WUtenmyer, Sana- 
toga^ Pa.'\ 

Grand Junction Rail Road. Annual report of the directors of the Grand Junc- 
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Grand Rapids, Mich, Public Library. Annual reports of the Public School 
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Grant, John B. Our common birds, and how to know them. With sixty-four 
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Graves, William. See Lyman^ J. 



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Gray, Andrew. An excellent sermon upon the great salvation. Boat., 1736. 24°. 
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Great Britain. Board of Agriculture. Annual report of the Veterinary Depart- 
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— Charity Commission. 37th-38th report. Lond., 1890-91. 8°. Map. [1] 

-:- Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops. Report, Slst Oct. 1890. Lond., 
1891. 8°. [1] 

— Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies. Friendly societies, industrial and provi- 

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8o. [1] 

Namely. 

1889. Part A.— B, Appendix 11, Industrial and provident societies. — C, Appendix N, 
Trade unions. 

Return showing the total number of ordinary friendly societies on the register, 

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— Civil Service Commissioners. 34th-35th report. Lond., 1890-91. 2 v. 8®. xii, 

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— Commercial Departmenty Board of Trade. Annual statement of the navigation 

and shipping of the United Kingdom, 1890. Lond., 1891. f°. [1] 
Comparative trade statistics. Statistical tables showing the progress of British 

trade and production, 1854-90. In continuation of tables presented by the Board 

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81 p. [8] 
Labour statistics. Statistical tables and report on trade unions, 1887. Lond., 

1887. f. [1] 
Report on the strikes and lock-outs of 1889, by the labour correspondent to the 

Board of Trade. Lond., 1890. f®. [1] 
Statistical abstract for the United Kingdom in each of the last fifteen years. 

36th-37th number. Lond., 1889-90. 2 v. 8°. [1] 

— Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. Report, 1887, 89-90. Lond., 1888- 

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— Commissioners Appointed to Carry Out a Scheme of Colonisation in the Dominion 

of Canada of Crofters and Cottars from the Western Highlands and Islands of 
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— Committee of Council on Education {England and Wales). Report, with 

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— Constitution. See Boutmy, £. ; — Collectanea juridica. 

— County Courts. Reports of County Courts cases and appeals decided by all the 

superior courts, and of decisions in the County Courts, with cases in bankruptcy. 
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Meville^ S., and Perry, Sir T. £. Cases in the Court of King's Bench for the 
use of Justioes of the peace. 



86 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Great Britain, continued. 

— Custom House, Annual statement of the trade of the United Kingdom with for- 

eign countries and British possessions, 1890. Lond., 1891. P. [1] 

34th-35tb report of the Commissioners of the Cnstoms for the year ended 31st 

March, 1890-91. Lond., 1890-91. 8<>. [1] 

— Department of Science of the Committee of Council on Education. 38th report, 

with appendices. Lond., 1891. 8°. Folded map. [1] 

— Diplomatic and Consular Officers Abroad. Index to reports on trade and sab- 

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Reports on subjects of commercial and general Interest. Part 3. 1885. Lond., 

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— Directors of Convict Prisons. Report, 1889-90, with appendix ; 1890-91, part 1. 

Lond., 1890-91. 2 v. in 8 pt. 8°. [1] 

— Ecclesiastical Commissioners. 42d-43d report; with appendix [es] . Lond., 

1890-91. 2 V. 8°. [1] 

— Emigrants* Information Office. Emigration, colonies. Report on the Emigrants' 

Information Office for the year ended 31st March, 1890 ; with a letter from the 
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— Foreign Office. Annual series. [1889.] No. 625-631. Diplomatic and consular 

reports on trade and finance. Lond., 1889. 8°. [1] 

Miscellaneous series. [1889-90.] No. 150-188. Reports on subjects of general 

and commercial interest. Lond., 1889-90. 2 y. 8°. [1] 

CofUeiUt. 

18S9. No. 150-151. 
1890. No. 152-188. 

— Hom£ Office, Accidents, factories, railways, and mines. Return showing the 

number of accidents reported to the inspectors in the year ended 3l8t Oct. — ^Dec. 

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Factories, accidents caused by shuttles. Return of the number of accidents, 

etc.^ which have occurred in each of the years ended 3l8t Oct. 1879, 1885, and 

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— Inspector of Fisheries^ England and Wales, Salmon and freshwater fisheries. 

29th-30th annual reports, 1889-90. Lond., 1890-91. 2 t. 8°. Folded 
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Sea fisheries. 5th annual report of the inspectors, 1890. Lond., 1891. 8°. [1] 

— Inspector of Mines, Report, 1889, no. 1-14 ; 1890, no. 1-14. Lond., 1890-91. r>. 

Folded plans, diagrams. [1] 
Same. Appendix to W. N. Atkinson's report, [no. 1. Folded plans.] Lond., 

1890. f°. [1] 

Summaries of the statistical portion of the reports of Her Miyesty's Inspectors 

of Mines, [1889-90] ; also, list of inspectors and inspection districts, and 
particulars of examination boards and examinations. Lond., 1890-91. f®. 
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— Inspector [o/*] Reformatory and Industrial Schools. 34th report, 1890. Lond., 

1891. 8°. [1] 

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Same. lOth-llth report under the Inebriates acts, 1879 and 88, for the year 

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— Inspectors of Constabulary. Police, counties, and boroughs. Reports for the 

year ending 29th Sept., 1888, 90. Lond., [1889-91] . 2 v. f°. [1] 

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1887-91. 3 V. t°. [1] 

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plan and diagrams. [1] 



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Great Britain. Local Government Board t continued. 

Same, 18tb-19th annual report. Sapplement containing the report of the 

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Report on the influenza epidemic of 1889-90. By Dr. Parsons. With an 

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— Parliament. British Honduras. Correspondence relating to the insanitary con- 

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Chronological table and index of the statutes. 11th ed., to the end of the 

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The factory and workshop act, 1878. See Redgrave, A. 

Free education. Report of the debate [in the House of Commons] upon amend- 

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General index to the Journals of the House of Commons, 1st Parliament of the 

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, v. 56, 1801— y. 75, 1820. By 

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Index to the local and private acts in classes, 1866-77; being supplementary to 

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Journals of the House of Commons, Feb. 11— Aug. 18, 1890. Vol. 145. 

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Journals of the House of Lords, 1889-90. Vol. 121-122. Lond., 1889-90. 

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The law relating to factories and workshops. See Notcutt, G. J. 

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See Hansard's Extra-parliamentary debates. 

Public general statutes, 1890. See tt&w reports. 

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Rules, orders and forms of proceeding of the House of Commons relating to 

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Standing orders of the House of Lords relative to the bringing in and proceed- 
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A verbatim report, with indexes, of the debate in Parliament during the prog- 
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— - 500 Benton^ J. H., Jr. 



88 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Great Britain, continued, 

— Registrar- General of Births t Deaths, and Marriages in England, 52d annual 

report, 1889. Lond., 1890. 8°. [1] 

— Royal Commission Appointed to Inquire into the Subject of Mining Royalties, 

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— Royal Commission Appointed to Inquire into the Working of the Elementary 

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digests of information received. [Vol. 16-19, 21.] Lond., 1869. 5 v. 8^. [1] 

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Vol. 16. North Midland division. 

17. North-western division. 

18. Yorlcshire. 

10. Northern division. 
81. Tables. 

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Green, Samuel Abbott, continued. 

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— Remarks on a MS. volume containing certain minutes of the Massachusetts 

General Court, 1749-50, at a meeting of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 
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— Remarks oo an early file of the Boston News-Letter, made before the Massachu- 

setts Historical Society, Nov. 13, 1890. With a letter by Thomas Jefferson. 
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— Some remarks on the authorship of a tract usually attributed to John Eliot, the 

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— Prayer for the sick. Sermon, Boston, Aug. 9, 1832, being the Fast Day appointed 

by the Governor of Massachusetts on account of the appearance of cholera in 
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— A sermon at the ordination of Rev. John T. Sargent as minister at large, Boston, 

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— A sermon, [Boston] , Nov. 22, 1835, the Sunday after the funeral of Rev. James 

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90 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Griffls, William Elliot. Japanese fairy world. lUastrated by Ozawa. Schenec- 
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Griffith, Onalter C. A digest of the stamp duties, duties on probates, legadea, 

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Gross, Charles. The gild merchant, a contribution to British municipal history. 

Oxford, 1890. 2 v. 8°. xxii, (1), 332 p. ; xl, 447 p. [1] 
Grote, Augustus Radclifib. Bip Van Winkle: a sun myth and other poems. 

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Groton, Mass. List of voters of the town. Oroton, 1889. Broadside. [3, 5. A. 

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— The names of women who have a right to vote for school committee. [Groton, 

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— To the voters of Oroton. [Report of committee on the matter of accommo- 

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— Public Library, Supplement no. 5, 1890. n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 28 p. [3, S, A. 

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— See Babcock, J. M. L.;-— Green, S. A. 

— Ecclesiastical Council • See Ijowell, J. 

— Groton Grange, no. 7, P. of H.. [Order of exercises], season of 1891, [with 

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— Groton Literary Club. The Groton Literary Club in search of the sea 

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Grout, Henry Marty n. The door opened. Sermon. Bost., 1879. 8°. (15) p. [1] 

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Griitll, Switzerland, See Scherrer, H. 
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1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. ' 91 

Guilford, Conn., continued. 

— Proceedings at the celebration of the 2«30th anniversary of tbe settlement of 

Oailford, Sept. 8-10, 1889. New Haven, 1889. 8°. 288, (1) p. Illus. [1] 
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353, (1) p. Folded maps, maps, portrait, and illas. (Keltie, J. S , and others, 

edt. The world's great explorers and explorations.) 
Gun, Robert. Index to advertisements whicb have appeared in newspapers since 

1600 for next of kin, heirs-at-law, legatees, and cases of nnclaimed money. 

Parts 1-2, 6-6. Lond., [1887-89 ?]. 8o. [3] 

— List of names of persons in the United States, Canada, Australia, etc,, entitled to 

property. [Lond., 188-.] 8®. 31 p. [3] 
Gustavus II., Adolphus, King of Sweden. See Fletcher, C. R. L. 
Guyot, Yves. The French com laws. Tr. by J. W. Probyn. Lond., 1888. 12°. 

32 p. (CoMenClub. [Publ.]) [3] 
Gypsy moth. See Massachusetts* Board of Agriculture. Gypsy Moth 

Department, 

H., D. G. The polyglot pronouncing hand-book. Geographical and other proper 
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Hackensack, N. J. Dutch Reformed Church. Records, etc., to the 19th 
century [N. Y.], 1891. 1. 8°. xxui, (1),349 p. (New York, City. Hol- 
land Soc. Coll., V. 1, pt. 1.) 

Hadley, Mass. See Hunting^n, A. S. 

Hagerup, Andreas T. The birds of Greenland. Tr. from the Danish by F. B. 
Amgrimson. Ed. by Montague Chamberlain. Bost., 1891. 8°. 62 p. [1] 

Haines, Reuben. On tbe use of galyanized iron for artesian wells and for the con- 
veyance of drinking water. n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 9 p. [3] 

Hale, Edson D. The county of San Bernardino, Cal., and its principal city. San 
Bernardino, 1888. 8'>. 72 p. Map and illus. [1] 

Hale, Edward Everett. The life of Christopher Columbus from his own letters and 
journals and other documents of his time. Chicago, 1891. 12°. 320 p Por- 
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Hall, Edward Henry. Reminiscences of Dr. John Park. Worcester, 1891. 8°. 
27 p. [3, Nathaniel Paine, Worcester. 1 

Hall, James. Sketches of history, life, and manners in the West. Vol 2. Phila., 
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Hall, Lovell. An address to the electors of ^iddletown, Oct. 1886. h.t.p , [1886]. 
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Hamden, Conn. Annual report of the selectmen and treasurer, acting school vis- 
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Hamilton, Alexander. See Boutell, L. H. ; — Sumner, W. G. 

Hamilton, Andrew Jackson. Letter to the President, [July 28, 1863, on the 
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Hamilton, Ma^s, Annual report of the auditor for the year ending March 1 1 , 1851 ; 
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Hampden Ag^cultural Society. 46th annual report. Transactions, 1890, 
with constitution and by-laws, and premium list for 1891. Westfleld, 1890. 
8°. [4] 

Hampshire Agricultural Society. 34th, 41st annual report. Transactions, 
1883, 90. Amherst, 1883-90. 8°. [4] 

Hampshire County Journal, Northampton, Mass Picturesque Hampshire. Sup- 
plement to the Quarter-Centennial- Journal, Nov. 1890. Northampton, 1890. 
4°. 120 p. Portraits and illus. [1] 

Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden Agricultural Society. 72d annual 
report. Transactions, 1890. Northampton, 1891. 8°. [4] 



92 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute^ Hampton, Va. 1878-88. 
Ten years' work for Indians, h.t.p. [Hampton, 1888 ?] 8°. 80 p. [3] 

Hancock, John. A memorial of Ood's goodness. Substance of two sermons 
preached in the First Cfaarch of Christ in Braintree, Sept. 16, 1739, on complet- 
ing the 1st centory since the gathering of it. Bost., 1739, reprinted 1811. 8^. 34, 

(1)P. [1] 

— See Staples, C. A. 

Handbook for Lincolnshire, [Eng.] . With maps and plans. Lond., J. Murray, 

1890. 16°. iv, (2), 30, 213, 18 p. [1] 
Handbook for travellers in France. 17th ed. revised. With [folded] maps and 

plans. Lond., /. Murray, 1890. 2 v. sm. 12°. 33, 423 p. ; xvi, 387, (1) p. [1] 
Handbook for travellers in Switzerland. 18th ed. revised ; with [folded] maps, 

plans, etc. Lond., /. Murray, 1891. 1 v. in 2 pt. 12°. viii, 460p.; (2), 423- 

700 p. [1] 

Contents. 

Part 1. Switzerland wlthoat the Pennine Alps. 

S. The Alps of Savoy and Piedmont, the Italian lakes, and part of the Dauphin^. 

Handbook of Jamaica for 1890-91. 10th year of publication. By A. C. Sinclair 

and S. P. Mnsson. Lond., 1890. 8°. xil, 660 p. Folded map. [3] 
Hands^vorth, Eng. Public Library. Report of committee, March 1884, 91. 

West Bromwich, [1884] -91. 8°. [3] 
Hannay, David. Rodney. Lond , 1891. 12°. vi, 222 p. Portrait. (English 

Men of Action.) 
Hanover, Mass. St. Andrew's Churcb. See Cutler, S. 
Hansard's Extra-parliamentary debates. A collection of important political 

speeches made out of Parliament, Uth Feb.— 25th Nov. 1890. [Lond., 1890.] 

8°. (l),ii, 692p. [1] 
Hansard's Parliamentary debates. 3d series. Vol. 341-348. 1890. Lond., 1890. 

8 V. 8°. [1] 
Harcourt, Leveson Francis Vernon. Achievements in engineering during the last 

half century. With lllus. and diagrams. N. Y., 1891. 8°. vl, (2), 311 p. 

Portrait. [1] 
Hardy, Arthur Sherburne. Life and letters of Joseph Hardy Neesima. Bost., 

1891.8°. vi, 350p. Portraits. [1] 
Hardy, Eliphalet. See Burnham, J. 
Hare, Augustus John Cuthbert. North-eastern France. Lond., 1890. 12°. xii, 

(l),618p. Map and lllus. [1] . 

— South-eastern France. Lond., 1890. 12°. viii, 598 p. Map and illus. [1] 

— South-western France. Lond., 1890. 12°. viii, 664 p. Folded map, illus. [1] 
Harmar, Josiah William. In memoriam. [Bost.] ,for private distribution, 1868. 

8°. 55 p. Portrait. [2] 
Harold, steamer. See Rogers, W. M. 
Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Vol. 81-82. June 1890— May 1891. N. Y., 

1890-91. 2 V. 1. 8°. Illus. [1] 
Harper's Weekly. Vol. 34. 1890. N. Y., 1890. f°. Hlns. [1] 
Harris, Edward Doubleday. William and Anne Robinson of Dorchester, Mass. : 

their ancestors and descendants. Bost., 1890. 1. 8°. 60 p. Folded sheet. [3] 
Harris, Thaddeus Mason. Discourses illustrating the principles, displaying the 

tendency, and vindicating the design of freemasonry, t.p.w. Charlestown, 

5801 [1801]. 8°. 348 p. [3] 
Harris, William Torrey. The educational value of manual training. [Paper read 

before the National Council of Education, Nashville, July, 1889.] n.t.p. [1889.] 

8°. 14 p. [3, Author.] 

— The function of the library and the school in education, nt.p. [189-.] 8°. 8 p. 

(Popular educational doc, no. 26.) [S, Author.] 

— The general government and public education throughout the country. Paper 

read. New York, Feb. 1890. n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 8 p. [8, Author.] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 93 

Harris, William Torrey, continued, 

— The National Edacational Association: its organization and functions. Paper 

read before the Department of Superintendence of the National Educational 
Association, Philadelphia, Feb. 24, 1891. n.p., [1891]. 12°. 15 p. [3, AtUkor.] 

— University and school extension. Address, St. Paul, Minn., July 1890. n.t.p. 

[1890.] 8°. 12 p. [3] 

— editor. International education series. Vol. 16-17. N. Y., 1890. 2 v. 12°. [1] 

jyamelt/. 

Vol. 16. lianye, H. Higher education of women in Europe. Tr. [with] comparative 
statistics by L. K. Klemm. 
17. ^nick, R. H. Essays un educational reformers. 

Harrison, Benjamin, Prea. of the U, S. See OgUvie, J. S. 

Harrison, Carter H. Account of his trip across the continent. Orandeur of the 

mountain scenery along the Canadian Pacific Railway, np., [188-]. Narrow 

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Hart, Albert Bnshnell, editor. Epochs of American history. N. Y., 1891. 16°» 

xviii, 301 p. [I] 

Content*. 

TliwaiteB, R. G. The colonies, 1492-1750. 

Hart, H. O. The new annual army list, militia list, yeomanry cavalry list and 
Indian civil service list, for 1890. Slst annual volume. With index. Ed. by his 
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Hart, Joel T. See Kentucky. General Assembly. 

Hartford, Conn. Board of Trade. 3d annual meeting, Jan. 13, 1891. Remarki 
by the president, J. M. Allen. Report of the secretary, P. H. Woodward. Hart- 
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— Charter Oak Hall. See Alden,'J. D., ed. 

— Library Association. 53d annual report, June 1891. Hartford, 1891. 8°. [3] 
Bulletin. Vol. 12, no. 1-4. Jan.-Oct. 1890. n.t.p. Hartford, [1890] . 8°. [3] 

— St. John's Church. See Burgess, G. 

Hartford Theological Seminary^ Hartford, Conn. Hartford Seminary publica- 
tions. No. 16. Hartford, 1891. 8°. [3] 

Contents. 
No. 16. Annual register for the 57th year, 1890-91. 

— The Hartford Seminary Record. Published bi-monthly. Vol. 1. Oct. 1890— 

Aug. 1891. Hartford, 1891. 8°. [3] 
Harvard, Mass, [Proposal to give to the town $10,000 as a permanent fund for 

free public lectures.] n.t.p [Ayer, 1890.] 8°. (4) p. [3] 
Harvard Bridge. See Cambridge Tribune. 
Harvard Law Review. Vol. 4. [April 1890— March 1891.] Camb., 1891. 

1. 8o. [1] 
Harvard University. Annual reports of the president and treasurer, 1889-90. 

Camb., 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Catalogue, 1890-91. Camb , 1890. 12°. [3] 

— Harvard University Bulletin. No. 47-49; or v. 6, no. 3-6. [Oct. 1890— May 

1891.] Ed. by Justin Winsor. [Camb., 1890-91.] 1. 8°. [3J 

— Publications. Harvard historical' monographs. No. 1-2. fiost., 1890-91. 2 v. 

8o. [1] 

Contents. 

No. 1 . Bfason, E. C . The veto power : its origin , development and Ainction in the sovem- 
meat of the United States, 1789-1889. Ed. by A. B. Hart, 
a. Hart, A. B. Introduction to the study of federal government. 

— [Report of the committee appointed to prepare a statement of the faculty's reasons 

for its proposals relating to the reduction of the college course.] n.t.p. [1891.] 
8o. 22 p. [3] 

— The Soldier's Field. [Presented to Harvard University by] H. L. Higginson. 

h.t.p. [1890.] 8°. (6), 12 p. [3] 

— See DaviSy A. M. ; — Perldns, J. 



94 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Harvard University, continued. 

— Astronomical Obaervatoryy E, C. Piekeringt director. Aid to astronomical 

research. No. 2. n.t.p. [1890.] 4°. 2 p. [3] 
Annals. Vol. 21, part 2; y. 23, part 1; y. 24; v. 27; ▼. 30, part 1. Camb., 

1890. 4°. [3] 

45th annual report of the director. By E. C Pickering. Camb., 1890. 8°. [3] 

Variable stars of long period. Camb., 1891. 4°. 8 p. [3] 

Same. See Baker, D. W. 

— Board of Overseers. Keport of a special committee, [H. W. Patnam and Roger 

Wolcott], on changes In the academic department and In its relation to the 
professional schools, n.t.p. 1890. 8^. 18 p. [3] 

— Dental School, Boston, Mass. 23d-24th year. Annual announcement, 1890-91— 

91-92. Camb., 1890-91. 12°. [3] 

— Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Announcement of courses for teachers on methods 

of instruction, n.j?., [1891]. 8°. 8 p. [3] 

— Law School Association. Catalogue of the officers and members, April 1, 1891. 

Bost., 1891. 1. 8°. 163 p. Illus. [3] 
Treasurer's report, Jan. 1, 1891, [for the year 1890]. n.t.p. [1891.] 4°. [3] 

— Library. Bibliographical contributions. Ed. by Justin Winsor. No. 39-42. 

Camb , 1890-91. 1. 8°. [3] 

ContefUs. 

No. 39. Potter, A. C. A biblloffrapby of Reaamont and Fletcher. 

40. Ijane, W. C. Index to recent reference lists. No. 4, 1890. 

41. TllUnprliMt, W. H. 7th list of the publications of Harvard University and 

its officers, with the chief publications on the University, 1888-90. 
48, — The orators and poets of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Massachusetts. 

12th-13th report, 1889-90, of J. Winsor. n.t.p. [Camb., 1889-90.] S'*. [3] 

— Museum of Comparative Zoology. Annual report of the curator, 1889-90. Camb., 

1890. 8°. 32 p. Illus. [3, Alexander Agassiz, Cambridge.] 

Bulletin. Vol. 16, no. 8, geological series v. 2; y. 20. Camb., 1890-91. 

8°. [3] 

— Peabody Museum of American Archeology and Ethnology. 23d-24th annual 

reports of the trustees, 1889-90. Vol. 4, no. 3-4. Camb., 1891. 8°. [3] 
ArchsBological and ethnological papers. Vol. 1, no. 2-3. Camb., 1891. 8°. [3] 

Contents. 

Vol. 1. No. S. Oatccliet, A. 8. The Karankawa Indians, the coast people of Texas. 
->-8. Nnttall, Mrs. Z. The atlatl or spear- thrower of the ancient 
Mexicans. 

— School of Veterinary Medicine. 9th annual announcement, 1891-92. Camb., 

1891. 12°. [3] 

— Summer Courses. Courses for 1890. n.t.p. [1890.] 16°. (2) p. [3] 

— Summer School of Geology. [Prospectus], 9th session, 1890. n.t.p. [1890.] 

12°. (4) p. [3] 
Hassam, Frederick F. The original Liberty Hall. The site of Liberty Tree, La 

Fayette Hotel, now Brigham's Hotel, and the reception in 1824 of the French 

patriot, n.tp. [1891.] 16°. 16 p. [3] 
Hassam, John Tyler. Land transfer reform. Bost., 1891. 8°. 11 p. [3, Author.] 
Hassler, Charles W. Railroad rings, and their relation to the railroad question 

in this country. N. Y., 1876. 8°. 29, (2) p. [3] 
Hatfield, Mass. 2l2th anniversary of the Indian attack on Hatfield, and field-day 

of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Hatfield, Sept. 19, 1889. 

Northampton, 1890. 8°. 95, (1) p. [3] 
Haven, Jason. A sermon. First Society, Dedham, 7th Feb. 1796, forty years after 

the author's induction into the work of the gospel ministry. Bost., 1796. 8°. 

30 p. [3, Don Gleason Hill, Dedham.] 
Haverford CoUege, Haverford, Pa. Reports of the board of managers, presi- 
dent, treasurer, presented to the annual meeting, [Oct.], 1890. Phila., 1890. 

8°. [3] 



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Haverhill, Mass. 2fi0th anniversary, Jnly 2^, 1890. n,t.p. [Worcester, 1890.] 
f°. 20 p. Portraits and illQB. [3] 

— 1640-1890. The story of a New England town. A record of the commemoration, 

Jnly 2-3, 1890, on the 250th anniyersary of the settlement of Haverhill. 
[Including the historical oration by S. W. Duncan.] lUus. Bost., 1891. 
1. 8°. X, 364 p. Portraits. [1] 
Hawaiian Islands. Board of ImmigrcLtion, Biennial report, 1890. Honolulu, 
18^0. 8°. [3] 

— Collector General* a Office, Annual report of the Collector General of Customs of 

the Hawaiian Islands, 1890. Honolulu, 1891. 8°. [3] 

— See Bartletty S. C. ; — Peabody, A. P. 

HaweSy Kirlc. A condensed history of Dearborn Park, and the efforts made to 
secure the right to erect a public library building and a Soldiers' and Sailors' 
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Hawley, John O. Inter-state extradition. Detroit, 1890. 24°. xv, 5-172 p. [1] 

Haytl. See Sumner, C. 

Haywardy William Willis. Address at the commemoration of the 100th anniver- 
sary of the building of the First Congregational Church, Medfield, Oct. 9, 1889. 
n.p., [1889]. 8°. 11 p. [3. Author.'] 

Hayw^ood, John. The civil and political history of the state of Tennessee to 1796, 
including the boundaries of the state. With a biographical sketch of Judge 
John Haywood by Col. A. S. Colyar. Nashville, Tenn., 1891. 8°. 518 p. [1] 

Reprint of the edition of 1823. 

Hazard, Rowland. Wool-growing and the tariff, n t.p. [1885 ?] 8°. 8 p. [3] 

Head, Natt. Message to the two branches of the Legislature [of New Hampshire] , 
June session, 1879. Manchester, 1879. 8''. 25 p. [1] 

Health. See Baker, H. B.; — Blyth, A. W.; — London. International 
Health Exhibition, 1884 ; — Michigan. State Board of Health. 

Healy, John Plummer. A view of the public expenses of Massachusetts, with a 
comparison of their amount at different periods, n./?., 1841. 8°. 15 p. [2] 

Hecker, John. Record of visits to the primary schools of the city of New York, 
with a view of classifying the scholars according to temperaments. N. T., 1868. 
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Hedge, Levi. Eulogy on the Rev. Joseph McEean, D.D., LL.D., before the Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, April 22, 1818. Camb., 1818. 8°. 20 p. [1] 

Heltman, Francis Bernard. Historical register of the United States army, Sept. 
29, 1789— Sept. 29, 1889. Wash., 1890. 1. 8®. 890 p. [1] 

Helps, Arthur. A business man. N. Y., 1885. 12^. 23 p. (Engineering News 
Popular Library, no. 1.) 

Hemenivay, Ifm. Clarke papers. Mrs. Meech and her family. Home letters, 
familiar incidents, 0^c. Burlington, Vt., [1878]. sq. 16°. (3;, 312 p. [I] 

Hemp. See Flax and Hemp Growers' and Spinners' Association. 

Henderson, George. Report upon the university extension movement in England. 
n.p., [1890?]. 8°. 32 p. [3] 

Henry, Simon, and Gage, Mrs. Susanna Phelps. Staining and permanent preser- 
vation of histological elements isolated by means of caustic potash or nitric acid. 
n.t.p. [1889.] 8°. (13) p. [3, Author.] 

Henshai¥, David. An address before an assembly of citizens, Boston, July 4, 1836. 
Bost., 1836. 8°. 39 p. [2] 

— Letters on the internal improvements and commerce of the West. Bost., 1839. 

8°. 29 p. [2] 

— Review of the Rev. S. K. Lothrop*s sermon, June 17, 1838. n.t.p. [1838.] 8°. 

15 p. [3] 
HenshaTvr, William. See Noyes, N. 

Hepatlcae. See Canada. Geological Swrrey ; — Pearson, W. H. 
Hepworth, George Hughes. A discourse after the death of Theodore Parker. 

Bolt., 1860. 8^. 20 p. [1] 



96 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Heroes of the 19th centary. [Anon.] PbUa., 1859. 8^ 20 p. [1] 

Heron or Hero of Alexandria. The pneamatics of Hero of Alexandria firom the 

original Greek. Tr. [by J. G. Greenwood] , and ed. by Bennet Woodcroft 

Lond., 1861. Bia. 4°. xix, 117, (2) p. lllas. [1] 
Herr, George Washington. Episodes of the civil war. Nine campaigns In nine 

states ; history of the 69th regiment Illinois veteran volanteer infantry, 1861-66. 

San Francisco, 1890. 1. S^. xiy, (I), 461, xxx p. Portraits and illas. [1] 
Herrick, Samnel Edward, and Kirk, Edward Norris. [Jolias A. Palmer.] 

Commemorative sermon, Mount Vernon Charch, [Boston] , Mar. 24, 1872, and 

funeral address. Bost., 1872. $^, 20 p. [I] 
Hervey, Eliphalet Williams. Flora of New Bedford and the shores of Buzzard's 

Bay, with a procession of the flowers. New Bedford, 1891. 8°. 80 p. [1] 
Hervey, James. See Romalne, W. 
Heives, Aaron Tapley. See Jones, T. N. 

Heivltt, Abram Stevens. The emancipation of labor. Speech, Honse of Repre- 
sentatives, April 30, 1884. Wash., 1884. S°, 32 p. [4] 

— Our national inheritance, and how to enjoy it. Speech in the House of Represent- 

atives, Feb. 11, 1879. Wash., 1879. 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Hewitt, W. C. Civil government of the United States. Lansing, [1891]. 12''. 
108 p. [3, Author,] 

Hickcox, John H. United States government publications. A monthly catalogue. 
Vol. 4. 1888. Wash , 1888. 8°. [1] 

Hickman, Ky, See Kentucky. Geological Survey. 

Higgins, Clement, and Jones, George Morgan Edwardes. A digest of the law and 
practice of letters patent for inventions, including the statutes and cases decided 
from the passing of the Statute of monopolies to Oct. 1890. 2d ed. Lond., 1890. 
8°. Ixiv, 684p. [I] 

Higginson, Francis. See Hlgginson, T. W. 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Life of Francis Hlgginson, first minister in the 
Massachusetts Bay Colony, etc. N. Y., [1891]. 12°. (3), 168 p. (Makers of 
America.) 

Highland Agricultural Society. Transactions, 1890. With the constitution, 
by-laws, list of members, etc. Turners Falls, 1891. 8°". [4] 

Highways. See League of American Wheelmen. 

Hildretfa, Hosea. Two discourses to townsmen. 2d ed. Exeter, 1824. 12°. 
23 p. [2] 

Hill, George W. From Memphis to Allatoona ; and the battle of Allatoona, Oct 
5, 1864. Providence, 1891. sm. 4°. 39 p. (Rhode Island Soldiers' and 
Sailors' Hist. Soc. Personal narratives, 4th ser., no. 13.) 

Hill, Hamilton Andrews. An inquiry into the relations of immigration to pauper- 
ism. Bost., 1876. 8°. 22 p. [1] 

Hill, Herbert £. Campaign in the Shenandoah valley, 1864. Paper read before 
the 8tb Vermont Volunteers and Ist Vermont Cavalry, annual reunion, Mont- 
pelier, Nov. 2, 1886. Bost., 1886. 8°. (2), 13, (3) p. Illus. [3, Author.] 

— Historic heights and points of interest in Somervilie. Bost., 1885. 8°. 14 p. [3] 
HiU, Nathaniel Parker. The material interests of the United States require that 

its silver coinage policy shall be maintained. Speech in the Senate of the United 
States, Dec. 15, 1884. Wash., 1884. 8°. 21 p. [2] 
Hillard, George Stillman. A discourse before the New England Society in the City 
of New York, Dec. 22, 1851. N. Y., 1852. 8°. 31 p. [2] 

— See Pierce, E. L. 

Hillegas family. 8<;0 Whitney, Mrs. E. S. (N.). 

Hills, Charles D. Remarks at the funeral of Mrs. Horace Smith, Springfield, 
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Hillside Agricultural Society. Transactions, 1890. Also general arrange- 
ments for 23d annual exhibition, Sept. 22, 23, 1891. West Cummington, 1891. 
8o. [4] 



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Hind, Henry Yoale. The Uniyersity of King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia, 

1790-1890. N. Y., 1890. 8°. 119 p. Illus. [1] 
Hingham, Mau. Report on the financial affairs for the year ending Feb. 1, 1868, 

including the report of the school committee. Bost., 1858. 8^. [3] 

— Yalaation of real estate in the town, as assessed 1890. Hingham, 1890. 8°. 

241 p. [3] 

— First Parish. See liincoln, C. 

Hingliain Agn^cultural and Horticultural Society. Transactions, 1890. 

n.p., [1890]. 8°. [3] 
Hingham Joamal. [Weekly.] The soath shore advertiser. Vol. 39^40. Jan. 6, 

1888~Dec. 27, 1889. Hingham, 1888-89. 2 v. in 1. f . [3] 
Hinsdale, Burke Aaron. The theoretical and critical, and the practical courses in 

teaching given in the University of Michigan. Terms defined and relations 

stated. Notes on preliminary lectures. n.t.p. [1890 ?] 8°. 12 p. [3] 
Hinsdale, Mass. Public Library Association. Catalogue. Springfield, 

1868. 12°. 57 p. [3] 
Supplementary catalogue, 1881, 84, 87, 90. Pittsfield, etc., 1881- [90]. 12° and 

8°. [3] 
Hinton, John W. Address before the Tariff Commission. The manufkctories of 

Milwaukee, etc. Reported by A. Johns. Milwaukee, 1882. 8°. 7 p. [2] 
HirscU, A. J. Legal hygiene. Lectures to all persons who have property or 

expect to acquire any. Davenport, 1890. 8°. 203, v p. [1] 
Histology. See Gage, S. H. ; — Henry, S., and Gage, Mrs. S. P. 
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ContenU. 

6. JDclaware. Council. Minntea, 1776-92. 

8. Rodney, Capt. T. Diary, 1776-77. With an introduction by C. A. Rodney. 

History. See Adams, H. ; — How^ard, O. E.; — Jameson, J. F. ; — Mag- 

niisson, E., and others. 
Hitclicock, Enos. See Staples, C. A. 
Hitclicock, Frederick H. The handbook of Amherst, Mass. Ulas. Amherst, 

1891. sm. 8°. vi, 197 p. [1] 
Hoadly, Loam mi Ives. See Beecher, L. 
Hoar, George Frisbie. United States elections. Speech in the Senate, Dec. 29, 30, 

1890. Wash., 1891. 8°. 45 p. [3] 
Hoar, Samael. Argument before committee of railroads [of the Massachasetts 

I^gislatare, March 7, 1890], against proposed law compelling railroads to sell 

new stock at public auction. Bost., 1891. 8°. 20 p. [4] 
Hobart, David Kimball. See Bartol, C. A. 
Hobson, F. O., and Hendriclts, A. H. Montgomery County law reporter, 1890. 

Vol. 6. Norristown, Pa., 1891. 8°. [1] 
Hodge, G. Woolsey. A sermon, Philadelphia, Aug. 20, 1890, before the Pennsyl- 
vania Society of Sons of the Revolution. Phila., 1890. 8°. 12 p. [3] 
Hodges, Richard Manning. The ministry of pain. Sermon commemorative of 

Rev. Edmund Quincy Sewall, Scituate and Cohasset, Sept. 23, 1866. Bost., 

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HoepUy Ulrioo. Cataloghi. Sezione antlqaarla. N. 72. 1891. Bibliografia: 

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Vol. 1 . The autocrat of the breakfast-table. 

8. The professor at the breakfast-table, with the story of Iris. 

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HopkintOD, JV. H. See Lord, C. C. 



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8. Parti. Des — Est. 2. Est — Olo. 

4. Parti. Olo — Int. 2. Int. — Mel. 

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Contents. 

Vol. 1 . Districts of the 24 Parganas and Sundarbans. 

8. Districts of Nadlyd and Jessor. 

8. Districts of Mldnapur and Hi)gli, including Howrah. 

4. Districts of Bardw&n, BdnknnL, and Birbhtlm. 









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Hunter, William Wilson, continued. 

Vol. 5. Dittricta of Dacca, Bdkar(rai\J, Faridpur, and Maimansinh. 

6. Chlttagong Hill Tracts. ChlttagoDg, Noakh&U, Tipperah, Hill Tlpperab. Complied 

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7. Districts of Maldah, Kangpur, and Din^jpur. 

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10. Districts of iMrJiIinK and Jalp&lguri, and state of Kuch Behar. 

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A. W. Mackle. 

12. Districts of Oaya and Shdb^bdd. Account of Qayd by D. B. Allen, that of Shdhd- 

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18. Tlrhut and Champaran. By A. \V. Mackle. 



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15. Districts of Monehyr and Purniah. By C. J. O'Donnell. 



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17. Singbbnm District, tributary states of Chutla l^agpur and Manbhum. By H. H. 

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18. Districts of Cuttack and Balasor. 

19. District of Purl the Orissa tributary states. 

80. Fisheries and botany of Bengal. By F. Day, F. Buchanan-Hamilton, O. King, and 
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IdallOy continued, 

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Journal of the Uonse of Representatives, 1st session, 1890-91. Boise City, 

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India. CotirU, See Norton^ J. B. ; — Shakespear, U. 

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Legislative acts of the Governor General in Council, 1890. In continuation of 

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The unrepealed general acts of the Governor General in Council. With chrono- 
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Vol. [1.] 1884-66. [».] 1867-76. 

Same, 1882-84. Calcutta, 1885. 2 v. 1. 8°. iv, (2), 627 p.; ix, 436 p. [3] 

Contents. 

Parti. 1882, Acts 2-12. 

8. 1882, Act 14, etc. ; 1883-84. 

Same, 1885-88, with chronological tables showing all the acts of the Governor 

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Conference excursion, [Oct. 1889]. n.t.p. [1890.] f^*. 44 p. Portraits and 
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— Report and recommendations concerning a plan of arbitration for the settlement 

of disputes between the American republics. Wash., 1890. 8°. 6 p. [3] 

— Report and recommendations concerning an international monetary union. 

Wash., 1890. 8». 2 p. [3] 

This forms Sen. doc. no. 180, Ist mm. 5l8t Cong. 

— Report and recommendations on postal and cable communication with Central 

and South America. Wash., 1890. 8°. 68 p. [3] 

This forms Sen. doc. no 174, Ist sess. 51st Cong. 

— Reports and recommendations, together with the messages of the President and the 

letters of the Secretary of State transmitting the same to Congress. Wash., 
1890. 8''. Folded maps. [3] 

— Reports of committees and discussions thereon. English ed. Wash., 1890. 2 v. 

4°. 564 p. ; IV, 655-1203 p. [3] 

— Same. Vol. 3. Excursion appendix. Narrative of the tour of the delegates 

through the United States. Wash., 1890. 4^'. 343 p. [3] 

— Same. Vol. 4. Historical appendix. The Congress of 1826, at Panama, and 

subsequent movements toward a conference of American nations. Wash., 1890. 

4°. 375 p. [3] 
International Association of Inspectors of Factories and Workshops 

of North America. 4th annnal convention. New York City, Aug. 1890. 

Bost., 1890. 8°. 104 p. [4] 
International Cong^ress of Geolo^sts. See Frazer, P. 
International exchanges. See Vattemare, A. 

International Monetary Union. See International American Con- 
ference. 
International Penitentiary Commission, Paris, June 1878. Frocks- verbaux. 

n.tp. [1878 ?] 8°. 31 p. [4] 
International Penitentiary Congress, London^ 1872. £tat actnel des prisons 

en PruBse. Rapport en response au questionnaire du comity organisatenr du 

Congr^s. Berlin, 1872. 8°. 44 p. [4] 

— £tat actnel des prisons et de la r^forme p^nitentiaire en Suisse. Rapport en 

r^ponse au questionnaire du comit6 organisatenr du Congrds pr^sent^ par Dr. 
Guillaume. Berne, 1872. 12°. 90, (11) p. [4] 
International Scientific Series. Vol. 68. N. Y., 1891. 12°. [1] 

Namely. 
Vol. 68. Oraliskiii, W. SoclallBUif new and old. 

Interstate commerce. See Wentworth, J. T. 

Interstate Deep Harbor Convention. Abstract of proceedings of the Con- 
vention, Denver, Aug. 28-31, 1888; Topeka, Oct. 1-3, 1889. Denver, 1888; 
Topeka, 1889. 8°. 40 p. ; 52 p. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 105 

Interstate Deep Harbor Conventioii, continued, 

— Same. 3d convention at Topeka, Oct. 1, 1889. Facts and statistics showing the 

advantages of a deep harbor on the Oalf coast of Texas. Topeka, 1889. 8^. 

8 p. [3] 
Intoxicating liquors. See Faxon, H. U. 

Investments. Se« Massachusetts. Boardof Commissioners of Savings Banks. 
Invilliersy Edward V. d*. Oeolojjical report on portions of Tazewell, Russell, Wise, 

Lee and Scott Counties, Virginia. [Phila.], 1886. S'^. (2), 77 p. Folded map 

and plates. [4] 
Io\ra. Board of Education, Joarnal of the Board, 2d session, 1859; Dec. 1861. 

Des Moines, 1860-62.. 8<>. [3] 

— Board of Railroad Commissioners. 13th annual report. June 30, 1890. Des 

Moines, 1891. 8°. [2] 

— Commissioners to Revise the SttUutes. Report. Des Moines, 1871. 8°. 165 p. [1] 

— General Assembly. Act authorizing and empowering the boards of directors of 

school districts to purchase text-books, and allowing the electors of districts and 
counties to decide the question of uniformity, and to provide means and author- 
ity for purchase of school books and supplies, n.t.p. [1890.] 12°. 4 p. [3] 

Acts and resolutions, regular session, 23d General Assembly, 1890. Des Moines, 

1890. 1. 8°. [2] 

Journal of the House of Representatives, 23d General Assembly, 1890. Des 

Moines, 1890. 8°. [2] 

Journal of the Senate, 23d General Assembly, 1890. Des Moines, 1890. 

80. [2J 

Legislative documents, 23d General Assembly, 1890. Des Moines, 1890. 6 v. 

8°. [2] 

Report of the joint committee of the 23d General Assembly appointed to visit 

the Benedict Homo at Des Moines. Des Moines, 1890. 8°. 6 p. [3] 

Report of the joint committee of the 23d General Assembly appointed to visit 

the Hospital for the Insane at Mt. Pleasant. Des Moines, 1890. 8<'. 13 p. [2] 

See McClain, E. 

— Governor. Proclamation [appointing the 30th May 1890, as a public holiday] . 

n.t.p. [Des Moines, 1890.] P. (1) p. [4] 

Proclamation establishing the 1st Monday in September as Labor Day. [Des 

Moines, 1890.] 4°. (1) p. [4] 

— Institvtion for the Education of the Deaf and Dumbf Iowa City. 7th biennial 

report, 1866-67. Des Moinesj 1868. 8°. 31 p. [3] 

— Insurartee Department. Ist annual . report, 1868-69. Des Moines, 1870. 2 v. 
8°. [3] 



Contents. 

Fire 
Life. 



[Parti.] Fire. 
[«.] -- 



— Secretary of State. Assessed valuation of railroad property in Iowa, as fixed 

by the executive council, March 1890-91. Des Moines, 1890-91. 8°. [2] 

Official register. Executive, judicial and county officers, etc., Jan 1, 1889. 

Compiled by F. D. Jackson, secretary. n.j9., [1889]. 16°. Portrait, maps. [3] 

— State Agricultural College. Agricultural Experiment Stationy Ames. 2d-3d 

annual report, 1889- [90]. Des Moines, [1890]. 8°. [3] 
13th biennial report, 1888-89. Des Moines, 1889. 8°. [3] 

— - Bulletin, no. 4-13. Feb.1889— May 1891. Des Moines, 1889-91. 8°. IIlus. [3] 

— State Agricultural Society. Report, 1869, [by] J. M. Shaffer, secretary. Des 

Moines, 1870. 8°. [3] 

Appended Is the report of the State Horticultaral Society for 1869. 

— Superintendent of Public Instruction. Amendments to the school laws of 1888. 

Henry Sabin, Superintendent. Des Moines, 1890. \2°. 7 p. [2] 

A forest festival of song and sentiment for the school children of Iowa, to 

be used in celebration of Arbor Day. [Des Moines, 1891.] f*. 16 p. IIlus. [3] 



106 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

lo'wa. Superintendent of Pyblic Inatrttetion, eontinued. 

Iowa edacfttion at the Intemational Exhibition, 1876. Suggestions respecting 

the pre{iaration of material. Des Moines, 1875. 8°. 22 p. [3] 
Patriotism and the play ground. A souYenir of recital and song for the school 

children of Iowa, used in the celebration of Arbor Day, April 25, 1890. n.p., 

[1890], 1.8°. (6) p. p] 

— Supreme Court. Reports of cases in law and equity, [1890]. £. C. Ebersole, 

reporter. Vol. 21-22, being y. 79-80 of the series. Columbia, Mo., 1890. 8<>. [2] 

— Weather Crop Service. Weather-crop bulletin. Vol. 2, no. 2. April, 1891. 
nt.p. [1891.] fo. (1) p. [3] 

— See Iiotliropy C. H. 

Ipswich, Maaa. First Church. See Klmball» D. T. 

Ireland. Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests. 45th annual 
report, [July, 1890]. Dublin, [1890]. f^. ' 15 p. [1] 

— Commissioners of Education. Annual report, 1884-85, 88-89—90-91. Dublin, 

1886-91. f«. [i] 

— Commissioners of National Eductstion. ^ 54th report, 1887 ; appendix to 55th 

report, 1888; 66th report, 1889. Dublin, 1888-90. 2 v. 8<'. [1] 

— Committee on Lunacy Administration. lst-2d reports of the committee. Edin., 

1891. f>. 83, (1) p. [1] 

— Educational Endowments Commission. Annual report, 1889-90, with abstract of 

the minutes of the commission, minutes of evidence, and appendices. Dublin, 
1890. fo. [1] 

— General Prisons Board. 12th-13th report, 1889/90—90/91. With appendix. 

Dublin, 1890-91. 2 y. 8«. [1] 

— Inspector [ of] Reformatory and Industrial Schools. 28th-29th report. Dublin, 

1890-91. 8°. [1] 

— Inspectors of Irish Fisheries. Report on the sea and i.iland fisheries of Ireland, 

1889-90. Dublin, 1890-91. 2 y. f''. Folded sheets. [1] 

— Inspectors of iMnatic Asylums. 39th-40th report of the district, criminal, and 

private lunatic asylums in Ireland, with appendices. Dublin, 1890-91. 2y. 8°. [1] 
The 40th report is entitled "4(Hh report, with appendices, of the Inspectors of Lanatlos.*' 

— Intermediate Education Board. Report, 1889-90. Dublin, 1890-91. 8^*. [1] 

— Land Courts. See Donnell, R. Reports, [1871-76] . 

— Local Government Board. Annual report, being the 13th, 19th report under the 

"Local Goyemment Board Act;" with appendices. Dublin, 1885-91. 2 y. S^. 
Folded diagrams and map. [1] 

— Registrar-General. Criminal and judicial statistics, 1884, 88-90. Dublin, 1885- 

91. 4 y. f>. [1] 
26th detailed annual report of marriages, births and deaths in Ireland, 1889. 

Dublin, 1890. f®. iy, 186 p. [1] 
Supplement to the Agricultural statistics for the year 1889. Special report on 

insects, fungi, and weeds injurious to farm crops. lUus. by R. £. Matheson. 

Dublin, 1890. 8°. xiv, 29, (1) p. [1] 

— See O'Connor^ T. P. ; — Radical cure. 

Irish Catholic Directory, Almanac, and Registry, 1875, 86. 40th, 51st annual pub- 
lication. Dublin, 1875-[86]. 2 y. 12°. [4] 

Iron. See Atkinsoiiy £.; — McCreath, A. S., and Invilliers, £. Y. d'; — 
Moore, P. N. ; — Sviraiik, J. M. ; — Vinton, L. 

Isle of Wight. See Bacon, G. W. 

Italy. Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze. Bollettino delle pubblicazioni 
italiane riceynte per diritto di stampa. 1890. [Num. 97-120.] Firenze, 1890. 
8°. [3] 

— Commissione Reale d'Inchiesta sulle Opere Pie. Statistica delle opere pie al 31 

Die, 1880, e dei lasciti di beneficenza fatti negli anni, 1881-89. Spese di bene- 
icenza sostenute dai comuni e dalle proyincie negli anni 1880-87. Introduzione. 
Lazio e Umbria. Roma, 1890. f°. (2), xlii p. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 107 

Italy, eovUimted. 

- DirezUme Generale deUa StaHsUea. Annali di sUtisUca. [Serie 4, v. 39, 41, 4»- 
49. Roma, 1890-91.] 99. [3] 

CcntenU. 



Vol. S9. Fenrara, F. M«morie dl ttatlttica. 

41. StatisUca Indastriale. Fate. 85. Frovlncia dl AlesaandrU. 

45. Same. Faac. 28. Proviiicia di Porto Maorixlo. 
,^44. Same. Fasc. 27. ProTinda di Udine. 

40. Same. Fasc 28. Provlncla di Campobasso (Molise). 

46. Same. Fasc. 29. Provincia di Potensa (BasllicaU). 

47. Same. Faac 80. Provincia dl Fonla (CapitanaU). 

48. Same. Faac 81. ProvlDeia dl BaK 

49. Same. Faac 82. ProTlncia di Lecoe (terra d*Otranto). 

Popolazione. MoTimento dello stato civile. Anno 27-28. 1888-89. Roma, 

1890. 1. 8*». [3] 
Statistica delle cause delle morti avyennte in totti i comnni del regno neir anno 

1888. Roma, 1890. 1. 8^. lxxix, 278 p. [3] 
Statistica dell' istrnzione elementare per I'anno scolastico 1886-87. E notizie 

sommarie per I'anno 1887-88. Roma, 1890. 1. 8^. ct, 137, (1) p. [3] 
Statistica dell' istrnzione secondaria e snperiore per I'anno scolastico 1887-88. 

£ notizie sommarie per I'anno 1888-89. Roma, 1890. 1. 8^'. xdx, 230, 

(l)p. p] 
Statistica gindiziaria civile e commerdale, 1888-89. Roma, 1890-91. 2 t. 

1. 8«. [3] 
Statistica gindiziaria penale, 1888-89. Roma, 1890-91. 2 t. 1. 8°. [3] 

— Snlle associazioni cooperative in Italia. Saggio statistico. Relazione presen- 
tata alia Commissione Consnltiva solle Istitnzioni di Previdenza e del Lavoro 
nella sednta del 26 Febb. 1890. Roma, 1890. S^. 96, (1) p. [3] 

— Minisiero delta Pubblica Istrveione. Indid e cataloghi. 4, v. 2, fasc 2-3. 

Roma, 1890-91. 8o. [S] 

Contents. 
4. I oodld Palatini delJr. B. BibUoteca Nazionale Centrato dl Flrense, v. 2, flue 2-3. 

— See Sachs, I. 

Ithaca, N» T. Preparatory Schools. [Calendar.] h.t.p. [Ithaca, 1889.] 12®. 

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Ives, Frederick E. Photography in the colors of nature. Lecture before the 
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Jackman, WUbur Samuel. Nature study for the common schools. N. T., 1891. 
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Jackaon, Andrew, Pree. of the U. S., and Calhoun, John CaldweU. Corre- 
spondence between Gen. Jackson and J. C. Calhoun on the subject of the course 
of the latter, in the deliberations of the cabinet of Mr. Mnnroe, on the occur- 
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Jackson, Charles Thomas. See Lord, J. L. and H. C. 

Jackson, Howell £. John W. Biackintosh et al., v. Flint & Pere Marquette Rail- 
road Co. et al., and Francis Y. Parker et al., v. Flint & Pere Marquette Rail- 
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Jackson, James. An address at the funeral of John Gorham, M.D., 3l8t March, 
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Jackson, Lowis. Ten centuries of European progress. Loud., 1891. 89. zx, 363, 
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Jackson, Nathan. See Hopkins, M. 

Jackson, Patrick Tracy. See Liowell, J. A. 

Jackson, William Ayrault. See Albany, iV. F. Bar. 

Jagannafha Tercapanchunana. A digest of Hindu law on contracts and 
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Jamaica* Botanical Deparfment. Bulletin, no. 1-21. April 1887— Jan. 1891. 
Jamaica, 1891. f. (136) p. [3, W. Faweett.] 



108 STATE LIBRAEY. [Oct. 

• 

Jamaica, continued, 

— See Bacon, E. M., and Aaron, E. M.;~Fawcett, W.; — Handbook of 

Jamaica. 
Jamaica International Exhibition, 1891. Official catalogue. Compiled by 
S. L. Bapty. Jamaica, 1891. 8°. (3), 107 p. Folded diagram. [4] 

— See Wlndi^ard Islands. Commisaioner to the Jamaica Exhibition, 1891. 
Jamaica Plain Friendly Society. l8t-15th annual report. Boat., 1875-89. 

8° and 16°. [3] 
Called '* Jamaica Plain Employment and Temporary Belief Society," Ist-lOth reporta. 

Jamaica Rail'way. See Great Britain. Parliament. 

James, Edmund J. Education of business men. Address before the American 

Bankers' Association, Saratoga, Sept. 3, 1890. Plan of the Wharton School of 

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James, George Payne Rainsford. An oration on the character and services of the 

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James, Joseph Francis. A cave in the Clinton formation of Ohio. n.t,p, [1890.] 

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— Manual of the paleontology of the Cincinnati group. n.t,p, [1891.] 8°. 45-72 p. 

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— On the Maquoketa shales, and their correlation with ihfi Cincinnati group of 

southwestern Ohio. hJ.p, [1890.] 8<>. (23) p. [3, Author.] 
James, William. The principles of psychology. N. Y., 1890. 2 v. 8°. xii, 689 p.; 

vi, 704 p. Illus. (Amer. Science Ser. Advanced course.) 
Jameson, James Sligo. Story of the rear column of the Emin Pasha Relief Expe- 
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Jameson, John Alexander. See Thorpe, F. N. 

Jameson, John Franklin. The history of historical writing in America. Bost., 

1891. 12°. (6), 160 p. [1] 

Japan. Central Sanitary Bureau, Home Department, A summary of the four 
annual reports of the Bureau, 1884-87. Tokyo, 1890. S°. (3), 132 p. [4] ' 

-^ Department of Education. 16th annual report of the Minister of Education, 
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— See Bowes, J. L. ; — GriflOs, W. E. ; — Idebscher, G. ; — Lowell, P. ; — 

Nitobe, I. 
Jarvis, Samuel Farmar. A discourse on the religion of the Indian tribes of North 

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Jay, John. Correspondence and public papers, 1781-82. Ed. by H. P. Johnston. 

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Jay, William. Memoirs of the life and character of the Rev. Cornelius Winter. 

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Jefferson, Thomas, Pres, of the U, S, A manual of parliamentary practice: 

added, the rules and orders of both Houses of Congress. Concord, 1823. 24°. 

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Jeffries, Benjamin Joy. Re-establishmenc of the medical profession. Annual 

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Jeffirles, N. L. In the department of the Treasury. The dominion of Behring 

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— [Letter to the Hon. Poindexter Dunn relating to the Behring Sea controversy.] 

njt.p, [188-,] 8°. 16 p. [3, Robert Rayner.] 
-^ Letter to the Secretary of State relating to the dominion of Behring Sea. Wash., 
1888. 8*». 29 p. [3, Robert Rayner.] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 109 

Jelley, S. M. The voice of labor, containing special contribotions by leading work- 
ingmen, etc. History of the Knights of Labor [and] the Farmers' Alliance 
enlarged. Illns. with portraits and engravings. Phila., 1891. I2<'. (3), Hi, 
401 p. [1] 

Jenckes, Thomas Allen. Speech on the bill to regulate the civil service of the 
United States, in the House of Representatives, May 14, 1868. Wash, 1868. 8°. 
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Jenkins, Jonathan L. Why am I a Congregationalist. Sermon, Jan. 27, 1889. 
Pittsfield, 1889. 8<>. 10 p. [1] 

Jenner, Edward. Letter to William Dillwyn on the effects of vaccination ; added, 
docnments relating to vaccination. n.p,, 1818. 8^. 20 p. [2] 

Jersey City, y. /. Board of Education. 23d annual report for the year ending 
Nov. 30, 1890. [Jersey City, 1890.] 8<». [2] 

Jesuits* See Charlton^ J. 

Jewetty Charles Coffin. Facts and considerations relative to duties on books; 
addressed to the Library committee of Brown University. Providence, 1846. 
8o. 24 p. [2] 

~ A plan for stereotyping catalogues by separate titles and for forming a general 
stereotyped catalogue of public libraries in the United States. From the Pro- 
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Jewett, Edward H. The two- wine theory discussed by two hundred and eighty- 
six clergymen on the basis of ** communion wine." With a review. N. T., 
1888. 8°. vii, 176 p. [1] 

Jews. See Mendelsoluiy S. ; — Russo-Je'wlsh Committee* 

Joanne, Paul. Dictionnaire gdographique et administratif de la France et ses 
colonies. Tome 1* A-B. Contenant gravures, plans et cartes. Paris, 1890. 
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Johns Hopkins Hospital, BaUimore, Md, Addresses at the opening of the 

Hospital, May 7, 1889. Bait., 1889. S°. 67 p. Plans and illus. [3] 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 15th annual report, 1890. Bait., 
1890. 8°. [3] 

- Circulars. Vol. 9-10. No. 76-91. Nov. 1889— July 1891. Bait., 1889-91. 2 v. 

4«. [3] 

ConUwU. 

Vol.9. No. 76-82. 
10. Ko. 83-91. 

- Register, 1890-91. Bait., 1891. 80. [3} 

— Studies in historical and political science. Vol. 8. Bait., 18904 8°. [1] 

ContenU. 

Vol. 8. History^ politics and education. 1-8. Small, A. W. Tbe beginnings of Amerl- 
' can nationality. — 3. Spencer, D. E. lxx;al governtnent In Wisconsin. — 4. 

Bladnnar, F. W. Spanish colonization in the sooth west. — 5-6. Fr^d- 
^rle^, P. The study of history in Ut-rmany and France.— 7-9. Braekett, 
J. K. Notes on the progress of the colored people of Maryland since the war. A 
snpplement to The negro in Maryland. — 10. Fr^derle^i, P. The study of 
history in Holland and Belaluni. — 11- IS. Adams, H. B., and others. Semi- 
nary notes on recent historical literature. 

— Same. Extra vol. 7-9. h.t.p [Bait., 1890-91.] 3 v. 8°. [1] 

Contents. 

Vol. 7. WlUonvliby, W. W. The Snpreme Court of the United States : its history and 
influence in our constitutional system. 
8. Nltobe, I. The Intercourse between the United States and Japan. 
Q. Tlneent, J. M. State and federal goTernment in Switzerland. 

JohnsoDy Andrew, Prea. of the U. S. See Sumner, C. 

JohnsoDy Daniel. See Reed, J. 

Johnson, David. Association farming. Paper read at the Congress, Derby, 1884. 

Manchester, [1884]. 8^ 8 p. (Central Co-operative Board.) [1] 
Johnson, Edward. The educational annual, 1890. Lond., [1890]. 12®. xlviii, 

312 p. [1] 



110 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Johnson, Edward Francis. Genealogical sketch of William Simonds. h.Lp. 
[1889.] 32?. 21 p. [3, Author.] 

— Wobnrn records of births, deaths and marriages, 1640-1873. Part 3. Bost., 

1891. 8°. 338 p, [3, Author,] 

ConterUt. 
Parts. Marriages. 

Johnson, Edwin S. The Philadelphia Institnte for the permanent care of stam- 
mering, etc, n.p , [1888] . 12®. 54 p. [3] 

Johnson, Richard Mentor. Speech on a proposition to abolish imprisonment for 
debt, submitted to the Senate of the United States, Jan. 14, 1823. Bost., 1823. 
8°. 23, (1) p. . [2] 

Johnson, S. M. The dual revolutions. Anti-slavery and pro-slavery. Bait., 
1863. 8°. 48 p. [1] 

Johnston, James, and Smith, William Anderson. Report of their proceedings as 
a deputation from the Fishery Board for Scotland to the continent, to inquire 
into the working of the new branding regulations. Edin., 1891. {°. 8 p. [1] 

Johnstown, Pa. See Pennsylvania. Legislature, 

Jones, Augustine. Instruction in political science in schools below the college. 
Providence, 1882. 8®. 24 p. [1] 

Jones, Charles Colcock, Jr. Biographical sketches of the delegates from Georgia 
to the Continental Congress. Bost., 1891. 8^. x, 211 p. [1] 

— Sons of Confederate veterans. An address before the Confederate Survivors' 

Association, Augusta, Ga., 13th annual reunion, April 27, 1891. Augusta, 
1891. 8®. [3] 
Jones, John Percival. Banking and currency. Speech in the United States Senate, 
April 1, 1874. Wash., 1874. 8°. 16 p. [2] 

— Money. Speech on the free coinage of silver, in the United States Senate, May 

12-13, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. Ill, 4 p. [3] 

— Shall the republic doits own work ? Speech in the Senate of the United States, 
- Sept. 10, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. 155 p. [3] 

Jones, Lloyd. Inaugural address at the 17th annual Co-operative Congress, Old- 
ham, May 25-27, 1885. Manchester, [1885] . 12°. 16 p. (Central Co-operative 

Board.) [1] 
Jones, Robert H. Asbestos, its properties, occurrence, and uses. With some 

account of the mines of Italy and Canada. With plates and other illus. Lond., 

1890. 12°. xii, 236 p. [1] 
Jones, Samuel, and Spencer, James C. Reports of cases argued and determined 

in the Superior Court of the city of New York, [1891. Vol. 26.] New York 

Superior Conrt reports, v. 58. N. Y., Albany, 1891. 8°. [1] 
Jones, Thomas. The experience of Tbomas Jones, a slave for forty-three years. 

Bost., 1850. 8°. 47 p. [2] 
Jones, Thomas Newton. The righteous remembered. Sermon commemorative of 

Aaron Tapley Hewes, North Reading, Feb. 3, 1861. Bost., 1861. 8°. 15 p. [1] 
Jones, Thomas P. See Fowler, F. 
Jones, Sir William. Al Sirajiyyah : or, the Mohammedan law of inheritance, with 

a commentary. Calcutta, 1792 f°. xiii, (2). 105, (53) p. [I] 
Joplin, Miss, Lone Elm works. See Dew^ey, F. P. 
Journal of American Ethnology and Archaeology. Ed., J. W. Fewkes. Vol. 1. 

Bost., 1891. 8°. [1] 
Journal of American Folk-Lore. Ed. by Franz Boas [and others]. Vol. 3. 

[Jan.-Dec. 1890.] Bost., 1890. 8°. [I] 
Journal of Education. Vol. 31-32. [Jan.-Dec. 1890.] Bost., 1890. 2 v. in 1. 

fo. [1] 
Journal of Jurisprudence, 1890. Vol. 34. Edin., 1890. 8°. [I] 
Joy family. See Dyer, Mrs. C. C. (J.). 
Jubera, Agustin. Cat^logo de las obras de fondo y snrtido que se hallan de venta 

en Madrid en los almacenes de Jut)era. Madrid, 1885. 8°. (3), 171, (1) p. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. Ill 

Judea. See DuMesnll-Marlg^y, J. 

fJudgmeiits. See Black, H. C. 

Judiciary. See Conkling^, F. A. 

Judson, Adoniram, and Ne^well, Samuel. A correction of erroneoos statements 

concerning the embarkation of the Rev. Messrs. Judson and Newell, Salem, F«b. 

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Contents. 

L — Mem. 
Mem — O. 
P— Pour. 
Pour— R. 
8 — TeB. 
Tes — Z. 
Supplement. 
2e Buppldment. 

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120 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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Liexing^iiy steamer. See Rogers, W. M. ; — Stone, J. S. 

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Liberty. See Mackay, T., ed. 

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Library trustees. See American Library Association. 

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Liebscher, Georg. Japan's landwirthschaftliche und allgemeinwirthschaftliche 
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liinderfelty Klas Angnst. Eclectic card catalog rules, author and title entries, 
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lilqaor laws. See Bird, F. W.; — Brandelsy L. D. ; >- Gyclopssdla of tem- 
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List by towns alphabetically arranged of all deaf mutes in Massachusetts, Jan. 1. 

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-- American Exhibition, 1886. Extracts from reports df United States consuls 
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122 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

liondon, Eng, American Exhibition, 1886, continued, 

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Vol. 1-3. Handbooks. 

4-7. Conferences. 

8-11. Prize essAVB. 

14. Analytical index. 

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Vol. 1-3. Health in the dwelling. 

4-6. Health in diet. 

7-9. Health in relation to civic life. 

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Lordy Arthur. Legislation relating to the transmission of intelligence, light, and 
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124 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Liothropy Samael Kirkland, continued. 

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Swett. Bo8t., 1843. 8°. 19 p. [1] 

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Mansfield, Achilles. A sennon at the ftineral of George Elliot, MtLj 3, 1810. Hart- 
ford, 1810. 8°. 15 p. [1] 
Mansfield, Mtu*. Report of the finances of the town for the year ending Feb. 6, 

1860— Feb. 11, 1861. Tannton, 1860-61. Broadsides. [3, Robert. 7. Swan, 

DorehetterJ] 
Manual education. See Brookline, Mtus. Public SeAooi«;<- District of 

Columbia; — Harris, W. T. ; —Marble, A. P. ; — Woodward, C. M . 
Manufactures. See Massachusetts. Bureau of Statutics of Labor. 
Maplei^ood Institute, PiUsJSeld, Mass. 22d annual catalogue and drcalar, Jolj 

1863. Springfield, 1863. 8°. [2] 
Maquoketa shales. See James, J. F. 
Marathon, Greece. See Pierce, E. L. 
Marble, Albert Prescott Discussions on manual training and on the Blair bill, 

National Educational Assodation, department of superintendents, Washington, 

Feb. 14-16, 1888. Bost., [1888]. 8^. 25 p. \Z, Author.] 
Marblehead, Mass. Water Department. 4th annnal report of the receipts and 

expenditures of the department, March 1, 1891. Marblehead, 1891. 8°. 26 p. [3] 

— Second Congreg^atlonal Society. See Bartlett, J. 

Marietta College, Marietta, O. Catalogue, 1890-91. Marietta, 1891. \2^. [3] 
Marine Biological laboratory, Wood^s Holl, Mass. 3d annual report, 1890. 
Bost., 1890. 8o. [3] 

— [Prospectus], 3d-4th season, 1890-91. nJt.p. 12°. [3] 
Maritime laiv^. See Sumner, C. 

Markets. See Massachusetts. Bureau of Statistics of Labor. 

Marquardsen, Hemrich. Der Trent-Fall. Zur Lehre von der Kriegscontrebande 
und dem Transportdienst der Neutralen. Erlangen, 1862. 8®. xn, 194, 
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Marquette, Mich. Citizens Association. Report of committee npon coke 
iron manufactures for the city. Marquette, 1890. 8^. 8 p. [3] 

Report of committee upon hotels and sanitariums for the city. Marquette, 1889. 

8°. 8 p. [3] 

Marriage. See Bishop, J. P. ; — Dike, S. W. ; — Ijetoumeau, C. ; — West- 
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Marshall, John. See Binney, H. 

Marshall, R. V. An historical sketch of the 22d regiment Indiana volunteers. 
Read at the re-union of the regiment, Columbus, March 7, 1877. Madison, 
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Marshfleld Ag^cultural and Horticultural Society. Transactions, 1890. 
Plymouth. 1891. 8°. [4] 

Marshman, John Clark. Guide to the ciyil law of tbe presidency of Fort Wil- 
liam, containing all the unrepealed regulations, acts, constructions and circular 
orders of government; prefixed, an epitome of every enactment and rule. Cor- 
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— Same. Tr. into Urdu under tbe authority of government by J. J. Moore. Cor- 

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Martens, G^rg Friedrich. Nouvean recneil g^n^ral de trait6s et antres actes 
relatifs aux rapports de droit international. Continuation dn grand Recueil de 
Martens par Felix Stoerk. 2e s^rie. Tome 11-14; 15, le-2e livralson. Gcet- 
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Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society. Transactions, 1890, with the list 
of members and premiums offered for 1891. Martha's Vineyard, 1891. 8^. [4] 
Martlui*s Vineyard Summer Institute* 14th annual session, 1891. [Pro- 
spectus.] Bost., 1891. 8<'. [3] 



132 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Martiny Otis H. Poems. Taanton, 1874. 16°. 24 p. [1] 

Martiiiy Mrs. Sophia (Smith). A complete genealogy of the descendants of Mat- 
thew Smith of East Haddam, Conn., with mention of his ancestors. 1637-1890. 
Rutland, 1890. 8<>. 269 p. [I] 

Martineau, Harriet. The martyr age of the United States. Bost., 1889. 12°. 
84 p. [1] 

Martinique. Annnaire de la Martinique, 1882. Fort>de-France, 1882. 12°. 349, 
(6) p. [1] 

Marlyn, Carlos, editor. American reformers. N. Y., 1890-91. 6 v. 12°. Por- 
traits. [1] 

Contents, 

Holland, F. M. Frederick Douglass, the colored orator. 

Blartyn, G. Wendell Phillips, the agitator. With [his] Lost arts, Daniel 0*ConnelI, The 

scholar in a republic. 
— William E. Dodge, the Christian merchant 
Sanborn, F. B. Dr. S. G. Howe, the philanthropist. 
Zabrlslcle, F. X. Horace Greeley, the editor. 

Marvin, Elihn Parish. The great preacher. Sermon, Medford, Mass., Jan. 29, 

1860. Bost , 1860. 8°. 31 p. [I] 
Mary, Qtieen of Scots, See De Peyster, J. W. 
Maryland. Agricultural Experiment Station at Agricidtural College. Bulletin, 

no. 6, 10-11. Sept. 1889, Sept.-Dec. 1890. [Agricultural College, 1889-90.] 

8°. [3] 

— Court of Appeals. Reports of cases argued and determined. J. S. Stockett, state 

reporter. Vol. 71-72. 1889-90. Bait., 1890-91. 2 v. 8°. [2] 

— General Assembly. [House and Senate documents, 1890.] Annapolis, 1890. 

8°. [2] 
Journal of the proceedings of the House of Delegates, Jan. session, 1890. 

Annapolis, 1890. 8°. [2] 
Journal of .the proceedings of the Senate, Jan. session, 1890. Annapolis, 1890. 

8». [2] 

Laws, 1890. Annapolis, 1890. 8°. [2] 

The laws of Maryland, with the charter, bill of rights, etc. Revised by 

P. Maxcy. Vol. 1. Bait., 1811. 8°. [1] 

— State Board of Education. 24th annual report, showing the condition of the pub- 

lic schools of Maryland, July 31, 1890. Bait., 1891. 8°. [2] 
Maryland Historical Society. Archives of Maryland. Published by author- 
ity of the state. W. H. Browne, ed. [Vol. 9.] Bait., 1890. 4°. [3] 

Contentt. 
Vol. [0.] Correspondence of Governor Horatio Sharpe. Vol. S. 1757-61. 

— Fund-publication, no. 29. Bait., 1890. 8°. [3] 

Namely. 
No. 80. Report of the committee on the western boundary of Maryland. 

Mason, J., anc^ Dexter, Franklin. Boston Common. [Case and opinions.] Bost., 

1843. 8°. 19 p. [1] 
Mason, Lowell. Address on church music, Oct. 7, [9], 1826, Boston. Bost., 1826. 

8°. 42 p. [2] 
Massachusetts. Adjutant General. Annual report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— ^ Compend of instructions in military tactics and the manual of percussion arms. 

Compiled by E. W. Stone. Bost., 1857. 12°. (1). 139, (1) p. [2] 

General orders. No. 1-14, series 1890. n.t.p. [1890.] sm. 8°. [4] 

Laws for regulating and governing the militia of Massachusetts. Bost., 1803. 

12°. 48 p. [2] 
Militia laws of the United States and Massachusetts, [1829, 36, 40]. Bost., 

1829-40. 3 V. 12°. [2] 
Digest of the militia laws of Massachusetts. Compiled by E. W. Stone. 

Bost., 1851. 12°. 171 p. [2] 
Same. Supplement. Compiled by E. W. Stone. Bost., 1852. 12°. 52 p. [2] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 133 

Massachusetts. Adjutant General, continued. 

Same, Sopplement, no. 2, to the digest of the militia laws. Arranged by E. 

W. Stone. Bost., 1853. 12<>. 20 p. [2] 
Same. Law for the goTemment of the Massachnsetts militia. Bost., 1887. 

12°. 63 p. [2] 
Manaal of guard duty. [Boat., 1887.] 24°. 32 p. lUus. [4] 

— Attorney-General. Annual report, 1890. Host., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— Auditor of Accounts. Report, 1890. Host., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— Board of Agriculture. Agricultural and eimilar organizations in Massachu- 

setts, 1891. From the 38th annual report of the secretary. Bost., 1891. 8°. 
14 p. [4] 

Agricultural schools in Europe. From the report of the secretary. n./>., 1864. 

8°. 120 p. [4] 

38th annual report of the secretary, with 8th annual report of the State Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

Bulletin, no. 5-6 crop report, Sept.-Oct. 1890; no. 1-4, May-Aug. 1891. Bost., 

1890-91. 8°. [4] 

Greneral index of the twenty-fiye annual reports of the secretary. 1853-77. 

Best., 1878. 8°. xcT p. [4] 

Insecticides and their application. Compiled by F. H. Fowler. April 1891. 

Bost., 1891. 8°. 16 p. [3] 

Laws relating to the Board and incorporated agricultural societies, with regula- 
tions of the Board, 1889. Bost., 1889. 8°. 23 p. [4] 

Gypsy Moth Department. Bulletin of information, June, 1891. Bost, 1891. 

8°. 16 p. Illus. [4] 

— Board of Commissioners of Prisons. 20th annual report, Sept. 30, 1890. Bost. 

1891. 8°. Folded diagram. [4] 

Inclodlng 1, Report eoneerning tb« SUte Priaon. 2, Report oonoeming the Reformatory 
Prison for Women. 4, Report concerning tbe MaasAchnaeus Reformatoiy. 4, Report con- 
cerning the Jails and booses of correction. 5, Report concerning criminal proaecutions. 

— Board of Commissioners of Savings Banks. 15th annual report, 1890. Bost. 

1891. 1 ▼. in 2. 8°. [4] * 
Authorized loans and inyestments for savings banks and institutions for say- 
ings. Corrected to Oct. 1, 1890. h.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 12 p. [3] 
~ Board of Education. 64th annual report, 1889-90. Bost., 1891. 8^ [4] 

Report of special committee of the Board on the proposed scientific snirey of 

tbe Commonwealth. Bost, 1875. 8^ 63 p. [1] 
Rules and reguhitionB. Bost. 1891. 24°. 14 p. [4] 

— Board of Gas and Electric Light Commissioners. 6th annual report, Jan. 1891. 

Bost., 1891. 8'>. [4] 
*~ Board of Railroad Commissioners. 22d annnal report, Jan. 1891. Bost, 1891. 

8°. Folded maps and illus. [4] 
Report in relation to the accident on tbe Old Colony Railroad, Quincy, Aug. 

19,1890. h.t4>. [1890.] 8°. (2), 46 p. Folded plan and plates. [4] 

— Board of Registration in Dentistry. 4th annnal report, 1890. Bost, 1891. 

8o. [4] 

— Board of Registration in Pharmacy. 5tb annnal report, 1890. Bost, 1891. 

8o. [4j 

— Bureau of Statistics of Labor. Abandoned farms in Massachnsetts. From tbe 

2l8t annual report of the Bureau. [Part 3, 1890.] By H. Q. Wadlin. Bost., 
1891. 8o. ▼, (81) p. [4] 

— - 21st annnal report, March, 1891. Bost, 1891. S'^. [4] 

The annual statistics of manufactures, 1890. Bost., 1891. %^. [4] 

Circular letter. [With list of publications of the Bureau, 186&-90.] nJ.p. 

[Bost, 1890.] 1. 8«». (4) p. [3] 
Classified weekly wages. By H. G. Wadlin. Bost, 1890. 8^ ▼, (41) p 

(Part 5, report, 1889.) [4] 



134 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Massachusetts. Bureau of StcUistics of Labor ^ continued, 

Daily working time. By H. G. Wadlin. Boat., 1890. 8°. vil, (73) p. (Part 

6, report, 1889.) [4] 

The growth of manufectares. By H. G. Wadlin. Boat., 1890. 8°. iz, (115) p. 

(Part 4, report, 1889.) [4] 
Markets, transportation, iinports, exports, and competition. By H. G. Wadlin. 

Boat., 1890. 8°. ix, 145 p. (Part 2, report, 1889.) [4] 
Population of Massachusetts, 1890. From the llth United States census. 

From the 2l8t annual report of Bureau of Statistics of Labor, [part 2, 1890] . 

By H. G. Wadlin. Bost., 1891. 8°. v, (63) p. [3, H. G. Wadlin.] 
Relation of wages to the cost of production. By H. G. Wadlin. Bost., 1890. 

8°. V, 83 p. (Part 1, report, 1889.) [4] 
Women in industry. By H. G. Wadlin. Bost., 1890. 8°. vi, (83) p. (Part 

7, report, 1889.) [4] 

— Censtis. See Green, S. A. \ — alsOfforwardt General Court. 

— Chief of District Police. Report, 1890. Including the. inspection department 

and the detective department. Bost., 1891. 8°. Plates. [4] 

— Civil Service Commission. Laws and regulations for the instruction of applicants 

for the police service of cities other than Boston. Bost., 1890. 16°. 22 p. [3] 
Selections from regulations governing the fire department of Boston. Bost., 

1888 16°. 17 p. [3] 
Selections from regulations goyerning the police department of Boston. Bost., 

1888. 16°. 21 p. [3] 

— Commissioner of Foreign Mortgage Corporations. 2d annual report, Jan. 1891. 

Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 
-- Commissioner of Public Records of Parishes ^ Toums and Counties, 3d report on 
the custody and condition of the public records of parishes, towns and counties. 
By R. T. Swan, Commissioner. Bost., 1891. 8°. 142, (1) p. [4] 

— Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Authenticity of the Bust in Doric 

Hall-marked Samuel Adams. Report. n.t.p. [Bost., 1841.] 8°. 5 p. (House 
doc. no. 416, 1891.) [4] 

— Commissioners on Inland Fisheries and Game, Report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— Controller of Accounts of County Officers, 4th annual report, Feb. 1891. Bost., 

1891. 8°. [4] 

— Council. Boston Police Board. Report of hearings at the investigation by the 

executive council of Massachusetts into the conduct of William M. Osborne, 

one of the Board of Police of Boston. Bost., 1891. 8°. 494, ii p. [3] 

List of commissions which expire in 1891. n,t.p, [1891.] 4°. 10 p. [4] 

[Report of the committee of the whole Council on the returns of rotes for 

state officers, 1890.] n.t.p. [Bost., 1890.] 12°. [4] 
Rules and orders and list of committees of the Executive Council, 1891. Bost., 

[1891]. 24°. [4] 

— Danvers Lunatic Hospital. 13th annual report of the trustees, Sept. 30, 1890. 

Bost., 1891 [1890]. 8°. [4] 

— Free Public Library Commission. 1st report, 1891. Bost., 1891. 8°. Illus. [4] 

— General Court. An act relating to assessment insurance, n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 

12 p. [4] 
An act relating to fraternal beneficiary organizations. n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 

7 p. [3] 

Acts and laws, [1780-81]. Bost., 1781. reprinted 1890. 8°. (2), 30, 1070 p. [4] 

Acts and resolves, 1890-91 : with the constitution, messages of the governor, 

etc. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

Acts and resolves, 1891. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

An address of the Legislature to the inhabitants of the Commonwealth. 

[Appended, an Act for repealing certain parts of an Act postponing the payment 
of government securities, etc., and an Act to supply the treasury with the sum 
of four hundred thousand pounds.] Bost., 1781. 12°. 22, 7, 8 p. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 135 

Mastochusetts. General Court , contintted, 

All the treatier between the United States and Great Britain ; from the Defini- 
tive treaty of peace, Paris, 1783, to the treaty of peace at Ghent, 1814. Pnblished 

by order of the Hoase of Representatives of Massachusetts, fiost., 1815. 

8°. 48 p. [3] 

Bulletin of committee hearings, 1891. n.t.p. [Bost., 1891.] 8°. [4] 

Calendar [of the Senate], 1891. n.t.p. [Bost., 1891.] S°. [4] 

— - The general railroad law of Massachusetts, being chapter one.hundred twelve 

of the Public statutes, 1882. Bost , 1890. 8''. 48 p. [3] 
Same. General laws relating to railroads passed by the Legislature 1882-89. 

Bost., 1889. 8°. 42 p. [3] 
Hearing before insurance committee of [the] Legislature on petition of 

Jordan, Marsh & Co., R. H. White, and others, for modification of law relating 

to reinsurance, March 19, 1891. J. H. Benton, Jr., for the petitioners, h.t.p. 

[1891.] 8°. 38 p. [3] 
An investigation into freemasonry by a joint committee. [With appendix.] 

Bost.. 1834. 8°. 76, 64 p. [3] 

Journal of the House of Representatives, 1890-91. Bost., 1890-91. 2 v. 8°. [4] 

Journal of the Senate, 1890. Bost., 1890. 8°. [4] 

Labor laws. From the 21st annual report of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor. 

[Part 1, 1890.] By H. G. Wadlin. Bost., 1890. 8°. vii, HI p. [3, H. G. 

Wadlin,] 
Legislative list, 1692-3, 93, 93-4, 94-5, 95-6, 96-7, 97, 98, 1699-1700, 1700-01, 

1701-02, 02. 02-a. n.t,p, [Bost., reprinted IS91.] 8° and 4°. [4] 
Manual for the use of the General Court, [1891] . By H. D. Coolidge and 

E. A. McLaughlin. Bost., 1891. 16^ [4] 
Population of Massachusetts, 1880, 1885 and 1890. Arranged by congressional 

districts. h.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 12 p. [3] 
Report of committee to investigate methods used for and against legislation 

concerning elevated railroads [mainly the West Edd Railway] and to inquire 

into the conduct of members of the House in connection therewith, with the 

evidence taken at the hearings. Bost., 1890. 8°. xxviii, 594 p. (House doc, 

no. 586, 1890.) [4] 
Report of hearing before the judiciary committee on the petition of C. T. 

Crocker and others for a registry of deeds at Fitchburg and argument of Joseph 

Mason against the petition. Worcester, 1884. 8°. 31 p. [4] 
Report relating to fire-proof building in the rear of the State House, with 

plans and estimates. h.t,p. [Bost., 1853.] S°. 22 p. (Sen. doc, no. 59, 

1853.) [3] 
Rules and orders to be observed in the Senate, 1816. Bost., 1816. 12°. [3, 

S. A. Green, M.DJ] 
Statutes relating to co-operative banks. Corrected to Oct. 1, 1890. h.t.p. 

[1890.] 8°. 13 p. [4] 
Statutes relating to safe deposit, loan and trust companies. Corrected to Oct. 

1, 1890. h.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 14 p. [4] 
Statutes relating to savings banks and institutions for savings. Corrected to 

Oct. 1, 1890. n,t.p, [1890.] 8°. 30 p. [3] 
Supplement to the Public statutes, containing the general laws to 1888, with 

notes, references, etc., by C. A. Merrill. With a table of changes in the Public 

statutes and laws, by C. U. Bell. 1882-88. Bost., 1890. 1. 8°. 1500 p. [4] 
Tabulation of the vote for president, governor and congressmen, 1882-90. 

h,t.p. [1891.] f«. Folded sheets. [3] 
See Andreivs, G. F.; — Crocker, U. H. and G. G.; — Davis, J.; — 

FaxoRy H. H.;— Green, S. A.; — Massachusetts Fish and Game 

Protective Association ; — Wade, R. R. ; — Whitmore, W. H. 
~ General Superintendent of Prisons, 4th annual report relating to prison labor. 

Best., 1891. 8°. [4] 



136 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Massachusetts, continued, 

— Governor. Address of William £. Russell to the Legislature, Jan. 8, 1891. 

Bost., 1891. 8<>. 45 p. [4] 
Proclamation [determining the number of Representatives each city and town 

Is entitled to elect] . n.t,p. [Bost., 1837.] Broadside. [4] 
Proclamation for a day of fiftsting, humiliation and prayer, 2d April, [1891. 

Bost., 1891.] Broadside. [4] 
Proclamation for a day of public thanksgiTing, 27th Nov. 1890. [Bost., 1890.] 

Broadside. [4] 
Proclamation [of Richard, Earl of Bellomont], 26th May, 1699. Bost., 1699, 

[reprinted \8I9\]. Broadside. [4] 
Proclamation [setting] apart April 25, 1891, as Arbor Day. [Bost., 1891.] 

fo. [4] 
Speech of Levi Lincoln before the Legislature, June 6, 1827. Bost., 1827. 

8°. 16 p. [2] 

— Harbor and Land Commissioners. Annual report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8^. 

Folded maps. [4] 

— Insurance Commissioner. 36th annual report, Jan. 1, 1891. Boat., 1891. I v. 

in 2 pt. 8°. [4] 
Special repott of the commissioner on state and municipal insurance and the 

necessity of any change in the present system. Feb. 1874. Bost., 1874. 8°. 

46 p. (House doc, no. 90, 1874.) [3] 
Summary of the standing of all the fire, marine, and fire-marine .insurance 

companies authorized to do business in Massachusetts, Dec. 31, 1874. [Bost., 

1875.] 8®. 13 p. [3] 

— Militia. \st Corps of Cadets. See Liothrop, S. K. 

Thirteenth Regiment Association. [Report of the secretary, Dec. 1890.] nA.p. 

[Bost., 1890.] 8°. 16 p. [3] 

— Northampton Lunatic Hospital. 35th annual report, Sept. 30, 1890. Bost., 1891. 

[1890]. 8°. [4] 

— School for the Feehle-Minded at South Boston, 43d annual report, Sept. 30, 1890. 

Bost., 1891. 8®. [3] 

— Scientijlc Survey. See, back. Board of Education. 

— Secretary of State. [Abstract of returns from the cities and towns, Nov. 1887- 

89, showing the number of licenses issued for the sale of intoxicating liquors, 
the amounts received therefor, and the number of licenses revoked during the 
year, with a statement of the vote given at their last annual meeting on the ques- 
tion, ^* Shall licenses be granted for the sale of intoxicating liquors in this city or 
town"?] n.t.p. [Bost., 1888-90 ] 8°. [4] 

Abstract of the certificates of corporations organized under the general laws of 

Massachusetts, with the annual returns during the year 1890. Bost., 1891. 
8°. [4] 

Aggregates of polls, property, taxes, etc., as assessed May 1, 1890. Bost., 

1891. 8°. [4] 

List of officers with their deputies, etc., who have been in commission in Massa- 
chusetts since 1833. h.t.p. [Bost., 1843.] 8<>. 40 p. [4] 

Number of assessed polls, registered voters and persons who voted in each vot- 
ing precinct, at the state, city and town elections, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. 
45 -p. [4] 

Public documents: annual reports of public officers and institutions, 1888, 

V. 1-3; 1889 (6 v.). Bost., 1889-90. 8 v. 8°. [4] 

48th report relating to the registry and return of births, marriages, and deaths 

for the year ending Dec. 31, 1889. With reports relating to the returns of libels 
for divorce, etc., for 1889. With editorial remarks by S. W. Abbott. Bost., 
1890. 8°. [4] 

— State Agricultural Experiment Station at Amherst. Analyses of commercial 

fertilizers, Nov. 1890— May 1891. n.t.p. [Amherst, 1890-91.] 8°. [4] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 137 

Massachusetts. State Agricultural Experiment Station at Amkeritf continued. 

8th annual report of the board of control, 1890. Host., 1891. 8°. [4] 

Bulletin, no. 38-40. Sept. 1890— July 1891. n,t.p. [Amherst, 1890-91.] 

8o. [4] 
Circular on commercial fertilizers. [March 1891.] nt.p, [Amherst, 1891.] 

8°. [4] 

— State Almshouse at Tewksbury, 37th annual report of the trustees, Sept. 30, 1890. 

Bost.. 1891 [1890]. 8°. [4] 

— State Board of Arbitration. Annual report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— State Board of Health. 2lst annual report, [Sept. 30, 1889] . Bost., 1890. 8®. [4] 
Mortality of Massachusetts for the week ending Sept. 28, 1890— Sept. 26, 1891. 

[With the weekly meteorological records in Boston.] n.t.p. [Bost., 1890-91.] 
40. [4] 

From May 9, 1891, numbered " Vol. 9, no. 18-38." 

— State Board of Lunacy and Charity. 12th annual report, Jan. 1891. Bost., 1891. 

8°. [4] 
-> State Cattle Commission. [Rules and regulations.] n.t.p. [1891.] 4°. 

3 p. [4] , 

— State Farm at Bridgewater. 37th annual report, Sept. 30, 1890. Bost., 1891. 

8». [4] 

— State Industrial School for Girls at Lancaster. Account of the proceedings at 

the inausruration of the school, Aug. 27, 1856, with addresses by H. B. Rogers, 
O. S. Boutwell and others. Bost., 1856. 8°. 63 p. [2] 

— State Library. Report of the librarian, Sept. 30, 1890, and llth annual supple- 

ment to the general catalogue. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— State Normal School at Bridgewater. Catalogue and circular, 50th-5l8t year, 

ending Aug. 31. 1890-91. Bost . 1890-91. 8°. [4] 

— State Xormal School at Framingham. Catalogue and circular, 1890-91. Bost., 

1891. 8°. [4] 
Catalogue of graduates, 1839-89. Bost., 1889. 8°. xvi, 137 p. Portrait. [4] 

— StcUe Normal School, Westfield. Catalogue and circular, June 23, 1891. Bost., 

[1891]. 8°. [3] 

— State Primary and Reform Schools. 12th annual report, Sept. 30, 1890. Bost., 

1891 [90]. 8°. [4] 

— Superior Court. Worcester County. Docket of old actions and trial calendar. 

March, Dec. 1887. June 1888, March 1889. Worcester, [1887-89]. 8°. [3,/.^. 
Benton, Jr., Boston."] 

Trial calendar Dec. 1886, June, Dec. 1887, March, June. Nov. 1888, March 1889. 

[Worcester County.] h.t p. [1886-89.] 8°. [3, /. H. Benton, Jr.] 

— Supreme Judicial Court. Massachusetts reports. [Vol.] 151-152. Cases argued 

and determined, Jan. 1890— Jan. 1891. W. V. Kellen, reporter. Bost., 1891. 
2 V. 8°. [4] 
See WilliamSy C. F. Digest. 142d-151st Massachusetts reports. 

— Taunton Lunatic Hospital. 37th annual report of the trustees for the year end- 

ing Sept. 30, 1890. Bost., 1891 [1890]. 8°. [4] 

— Tax Commissioner. Report. 1S90. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— Topographical Survey Commission. Atlas of Massachusetts from topographical 

surveys made in co-operation by the United States Geological Survey and the 
Commissioners of the Corumonwealth, 1884-88. United States Geological Sur- 
vey. J. W. Powell, director. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, F. A. Walker, 
H. L. Whiting, N. S. Shaler, Commissioners. Preliminary ed., subject to cor- 
rection. Bost., 1890. f°. 54 sheets. [4] 

[Order fixing prices, etc., of the Atlas of Massachusetts.] n.t.p. [Bost., 1890.] 

40. (2) p. [4] 

— Treasurer and Receiver- General. Report, 1890. Bost., 1891. 8°. [4] 

— Westborough Insane Hospital. 6th annual report of the trustees, Sept. 30, 1890. 

Boat., 1891 [1890]. 8°. [4] 



138 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Massachusetts^ continued. 

— Worcester Lunatic Hospital. 58tb annual report of the trustees, and 13th annual 
report of the Worcester Insane Asylum, Sept. 30, 1890. Bost., 1891 [1890]. 
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— Atlas. See, back, Topographwal Survey Commission; —Walker, 0. W. 

— Botany. See Dame, L. L., and Brooks, H. 

— Boundary. See Green, 8. A.; — "Sey/v Hampshire. Boundary. 

— Deaf and dun^. See liist, etc. 

— ' Finance. See Healy, J. P. ; — Report of the national banks, etc. 

— History, See Gonsideratlons, etc ; — lieavens, G. H. 

— Jurisprudence. See De Wolf, A. ;-— Williams, G. D. 

— Pilotage. See. Goflin, A. B. 

— Poor. See Donnelly, C. F. 

— Slavery. ' See Davis, G. T., and Moore, G. H. 

Massachusetts, Cities and tov^ns of. [Reports of receipts and expenditures, 

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Massachusetts Ag^cultural College. 28th annual report, Jan. 1891. Host., 

1891. 8«>. [3] 

— The Massachusetts Agricultural College index. Published by the Junior class, 

*80. Nov., 1878. [Vol. 10. No. 1.] Amherst, Mass., 1878. 8°. 112 p. 
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— Alumni. [By-laws, with list of officers for 1890-91.] n.t.p. [1891.] 8°. (4) p. [3] 

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Bulletin, no. 10-14. Oct. 1890— May 1891. Amherst, 1890-91. 8°. [4] 

Meteorological Observatory, Bulletin, no. 20-32. Aug. 1899— Aug. 1891. 

[Amherst, 1890-91.] 8°. [4] 
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. The Amerii an Tract Society, Boston. 

Bost., 1859. 16°. 24 p. [3, S. A. Oreen, M.D , Boston.'] 
Massachusetts Charitable Bye and Ear Infirmary. 65th annual report, 

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Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. Act of incorporation, laws and 

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— Constitution of the society, state of funds and charitable disbursements. Bost., 

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Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. Compliments of the 
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Massachusetts Vlsh and Game Protective Association. Extracts from 

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Massachusetts General Hospital and Mcliean Asylum. 77th annual 

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Cimtenti. 
Vol. 4, OfSoers. — Members. — Preface. — Belknap papers. Part 3. — Index. 

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Massachusetts Historical Society, continued. 

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and remarks of Edward Everett, with description of the Dowse library. 
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Massachusetts Home Missionary Society. 87th annual report presented by 

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Massachusetts Indian Association. 8th annual report, Nov. 1890. Bost., 

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Massachusetts Infant Asylum. 24th annual report, April 14, 1891. Bost., 

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 26th annual catalogue of officers 

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— Triennial catalogue and directory, 1890. Bost., 1890. 8°. [3] 
Massachusetts Peace Society. 3d, 19th report, annual meeting, Boston, Dec. 

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Massachusetts Society for the Preveotion of Cruelty to Children. 

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8. Theory and techniqae of statistics. 

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Merrill, John Hoaston. The American and English encydopsedla of law. Vol. 
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Mlchlg^aiiy eorUintied. 

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The general statutes in forqe, with notes, etc. Vol. 3. Containing the public 

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Michigan, continued* ^ 

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— See Wines, F. H. 



152 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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Xew England Meteorological Society, continued, 

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« Contents. 

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Contents. 

Vol. 18-15. Bicord, F. W., and Melaon, W., editors. Documents relating to the 
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Journal, 46th Senate, being the 114th session of the Legislature, [1890]. Tren- 
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— See Phelps, W. W. ; — Smith, S. 

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— See United States. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. 



156 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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"Sew Orleans. See Boston. Board of Trade, 
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[Bills presented to Parliament during the session of 1890; 26-27 May 1891.] 

n.t,p. [1890-91.] 2 v. f°. [3] 
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Natnely, 

3d session, 14tta Parliament, 1880. Vol. r46-IX)], no. 14-74, with Index. 
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N. Y., 1888. 8^ 40 p. (Doc. no. 1.) [1] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 3. 15* 

New Yorky Cityf continued, 

— Meteorological Observatory of the Department of Public Parks, Annual report, 

1890. [With abstract of registers from Draper's self-recording instruments.] 
Daniel Draper, director. [N. Y., 1890.] 4°. [3] 

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[1891], V. 26. 

— See King, C.; — Kobb6, G. ;-'Iia'wrence, G. N.; — New Tammany;*— 

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— Directories. See Troiv's New Yorit city directory. 

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scholarships, n.t.p. [1890.] 8°. 2 p. [3] 

— - Educational monographs. Vol. 3. N. Y., 1890-91. 8®. [1] 

Contents. 

Vol. 3. No. 1. Rleliards, C. R., and O'Nell, H. P. Manual training In the public 
schools. 2. JUaeAllster, J. Manual training in the public schools of Phila- 
delphia. 8. Sallcla, A. Manual training In France. — Carter, H. J. Sug- 
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— Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. 31st-32d 

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Contents. , 

Vol. 1. Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and iSchraalenburgh, N. J.. 
etc , to the beginning of the 19th century'. Part 1, Hackensack. Part 2, 
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Supplement to the catalogue of German fiction and juveniles. N. Y., 1890. 8°. 

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— Merc.antile Library Association. Systematic catalogue of books in the 

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Same, Supplementary catalogue, July 1837— Jan. 1840. N. Y., 1840. 8°. (4), 

271-385, (1) p. [3] 



158 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

New York, Cityy continued, 

— NeTV York Infirmary. Woman^a Medical College, 23d annual catalogue 

and announcement, June 1891. N. Y., 1891. 8°. [3] 

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— Rapid Trjanslt Gable Go. The New York and Brooklyn Bridge. Plans for 

system and terminals, n./?., 1890. 8°. 23 p. Folded plans. [3] 

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— St. Paul's School. See G., J. H. 

— St. Philip's Ghurch. See DeGosta, B. F. 

— Typothetse. Annual dinner, in honor of the birthday of Benjamin Franklin, 

Jan. 17, 1890. N. Y., 1890. 8°. 20 p. [3] 

— Washington Gentennial Gelebration, April 29 — May 1, 1889. [Programme 

for Massachusetts delegation. Bost , 1889.] obi. 48°. 62 p. [3] 

— Young Men's Ghristlan Association. 38th annual report, Jan. 1891* 

N. Y., 1891. 8°. [3] 
New York, State. Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, 9th annual report 

of the board of control, 1890, with reports of director and other officers. Albany, 

1891. 8°. Plates. [3] 
Bulletin, no. 14, 16-32. New series. Oct. 1888, Jnly 1889— June 1891. Geneva, 

[1888-91] . 8°. [3] 
Good news for the nurserymen and fruit growers. n.t,p, [Geneva, 1891.] 

f°. 1 sheet. [3] 

Gooseberry mildew, how prevented. n.t,p, [Geneva, 1891.] 8°. (2) p. [3] 

Work at the Station. [Geneva, 1890.] f°. 1 sheet. [3] 

— Astor Library. 42d annual report, 1890. N. Y., 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Board of Mediation and Arbitration. 4th annual report, [1890] . Albany, 1891. 

8°. [3] 

— Board of Railroad Commissioner's, 8th annual report, June 30, 1890. Albany, 

1891. 2 V. S°. [3] 

— Buffalo State Hospital, 20th annual report of the managers, 1890. Albany, 

1891. 8°. 73 p. [3] 

— Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 7th annual report, 1889. Albany, 1890. 8°. [3] 

— Commission in Lunacy. 2d annual report, 1890. Albany, 1891. 8°. [3] 

— Commission on New Asylum for Insane Criminals, Report, 1890, Albany, 

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Pierce, Edward Lfllie, continued. 

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178 STATE LIBRARY. . [Oct. 

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Portland, Me. Commissioners on Portland Harbor, Reports, accompanied by 
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— Public Library. l8t-2d annual report, 1890—90-91. Portland, 1890-91. 

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Catalogue of books, with by-laws, regulations, names of officers and trustees 

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Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Railroad. Annual report of the directors 
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No. 9. Welelt, W. L. The Bumside expedition, and the engagement at Roanoke 
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10. Monroe, J. A. Battery D, 1st Rhode Island light artillery, at the second 

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11. Samaer, G. C. Recollections of serviee In Battery D, 1st Rhode Island light 

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It. Bsai«7, W. W. My boyhood at West Point. 
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Royal Geog^raphlcal Society of Australasia. Queensland Branch. Pro- 
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Royal hunt, \, with finance. Scaring up such little game as, Pussy wants a cor- 
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Ruffln, Frank G. The cost and outcome of negro education in Virginia. Rich- 
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Rumsey, Almaric. A chart of Hindu family inheritance, with an explanatory 
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Russelly George Robert. Address before the Rhode-Island Society for the Encour- 
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Russelly John E. Sheep and Iambs for market, n.t.p. [1888.] 8°. 24 p. [3] 

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Contents. 

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Saco, Me, See Owen, D. £. 

Sadlier's Catholic Directory, Almanac and Ordo, 1891. 69th annual publication. 
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Salomon, Otto, and others. The teacher's hand-book of slOjd, as practised and 
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Contents. 

Vol. 1. MagnolIaceflB— IlicIneaB. 
S. CyrlUaceaB— Sapindaceas. 

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Sargent, John Turner. See Greenwood, F. W. P. 
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■^ Registrar- General. 34th detailed annual report of births, deaths and marriages. 

Abstracts of 1888. Edin., 1890. 8°. [I] 
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— See Arnot, H. ; — Graham, W. ; — Green, C. J. 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No, 3. 193 

Scottish Law Journal and Sheriff Coart Record. [1858-61.] Glasgow, 1859-61. 
3 ▼. 1. 8°. [1] 

— Same. Scottish Law Magazine and Sheriff Coart Reporter. New series* 

[1862-67.] Glasgow, 1862-67. 6 v. 1. 8°. [1] 

United with the Journa] of Jurisprudence In 1868. Vols. 5 and 6 ed. by J. H. Watktns. In 
both series the *' Sheriff Court reports " are paged separately. 

Scottish Law Reporter. Vol.27. Oct. 1889— July 1890. Edin, [1890]. 1. 8°. [1] 
Scranton, Pa. Board of Trade. 1st annaal report, 1890. Scranton, [1890]. 

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Scudder, Samuel Hubbard. The fossil insects of North America, with notes on 

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Seaverns, George A. Inoculation. Virus for the prevention of swine plague by 

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194 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 195 

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202 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

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208 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Trinity College* Hartford^ Conn. Catalogue of officers and students, 1890-91. 

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Contents, 

Vol. 1. A selection from the records of the Punjab goyemment. 
SI. Statements of customary law In different districts. 
8. Questions on tribal and local custom; a manual for the use of settlement officers. 

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• 

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91. 2 V. 8o. Portraits. [1] 
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— Annual report to the Secretary of War, 1890. Wash., 1890. %^. [3] 

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Architect of the United States Capitol, 

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A ttomeys- General, 

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their official duties. Ed. by A. J. Bentley. Vol. 17-18. Wash., 1890. 2 v. 
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Board on Geographic Names, 

— Bulletin. No. 1-3. Dec. 1890-.Aug. 1891. Wash., 1890-91. 8°. [3] 

Board of Indian Commissioners, 

— 22d annual report, 1890. Wash., 1891. S°. Folded map. [3] 

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— Bulletin. No. 1-2, 5. Jan.-Feb., May 1891. [Wash.], 1891. 3 v. 8®. 

Map. [3] 

ITamely. 

No. 1 . Handbook of the Amerlean republics. 
S. Sams. Enlarged ed. 
5. Import duties of Mexico. 

Bureau of Education. 

— Annual statement to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. W. T. Harris, Commis- 

sioner. Wash., 1890. 8°. [4] 

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Contents. 
No. S. Cs^orl, F. The teaching and history of mathematics in the United States. 

— [Purpose, history, 0^c., and list of publications] n.t.p, [1888.] 8^. tx p. [3] 

— World's Columbian Exposition Educational Exhibit. Bulletin, no 3. [Showing 

work already done in the preparation of an educational exhibit. Wash., 1891.] 
1. 8°. (4) p. [3] 

Bureau of Equipment, 

— The American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac, 1893-94. 1st ed. Wash., 

1890-91. 2 V. I. S°. Maps. [3] 

Bureau of Equipment and RecruUing, Navy Department, 

— Regulations for the training of naval apprentices. Wash., 1888. 8®. 39 p. [3] 

Bureau of Labor. 

— 5th annual report of the Commissioner of Labor, 1889. Railroad labor. Wash., 

1890. S°, Folded map. [3] 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, 

— Report of the Chief of the Bureau to the Secretary of the Navy, 1890. Wash., 

1890. 8°. [3] 

Bureau of the Mint, 

— Annual report of the Director, June 30, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8^. [3] 

— Bill to amend law and to provide for new designs of U. S. coins. h,t,p, [Wash., 

1888.] 8<>. 12 p. (50th Cong. Istsess.) [1] 



210 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

United States^ continued. 

Bureau of Navigation^ Navy Department, 

— Astronomical papers prepared for the use of the American Epbemeris and Naati- 

cal Almanac. Vol. 2, part 5. Wash., 1890. 4<>. [3] 

CotUentt. 
Vol. S. Part 5. Newcomb, 8. DlscnBstonoftransitsofVenas, 1761, 68. 

Bureau of Navigation^ Treasury Department, 

— [7th] report of the Commissioner of Navigation, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8®. 394 p. 

Folded diagram. [3] 

Bureau of StcUiatica, 

— Annaal report of the Chief of the Bureau in regard to imported merchandise 

entered for consumption in the United States, with rates of duty, e^c. Wash., 
1891. 8°. [4] 

— Exports of breadstuflb, Sept. 1890— Aug. 1891. [Wash., 1890-01.] Broad- 

sides. [3] 

— Exports of mineral oils and cotton, Sept. 1890— Aug. 1891. [Wash., 1890-91.] 

Broadsides. [3] 

— Exports of the principal articles of domestic provisions, Sept. 1890— Aug. 1891. 

[Wash., 1890-91.] Broadsides. [3] 

— Quarterly reports of the Chief of the Bureau, showing the imports and exports of 

the United States for the four quarters ending Jcne 30, 1890. Wash., 1891. 
8o. [3] 

— Report on the internal commerce of the United States for 1890. Part 2 of com- 

merce and navigation; the commercial, industrial, transportation and other 
interests of Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and 
Washington. By S. G. Brock. Wash., 1891. S°, [3] 

— Statement of foreign commerce and immigration, Sept. 1890— Ang. 1891. 

[Wash., 1890-91.] 8°. [3] 

— Summary statement of the imports and exports of the United States. No. 1-12. 

Jnly 1890-Jnne 1891. [Wash , 1890-91.] 4°. [3] 

Censue Office, 
(llth OenBuSt 1890.) 

-- Census bulletin. No. 12-88, 90-108, 110-111. Oct. 30, 1890— July 6, 1891, Jaly 
8— Aug. 31, Sept. 3-4, 1891. [Wash, 1890-91.] 4°. [3] 

— Extra census bulletin. No. 1-4. April 8— May 23, 1891. n,t,p, [Wash., 1891.] 

4°. [3] 

— Report of the Superintendent of Census to the Secretary of the Interior, [June 

30], 1890. Wash., 1890. 8o. [3] 

— Statistics of fisheries. Instructions to agents and others filling schedules, with an 

explanation of terms. Wash., 1890. 16°. 78 p. lUus. [3] 

•Circuit and District Courts, 
(9tA Circuit.) 

— See Sawyer, L. S. B. Reports, [1889-91] , v. 14. 

Civil Service Commission, 

— 6th report, July 1, 1888— June 30, 1889. Wash., 1889. 8°. [3] 

Coast and Geodetic Survey. 

— Bulletin. No. 18-24. Feb. 1890-March 1891. Wash., 1890-91. i^. Folded 

maps. [3] 

— Geodesy; geographical positions in Connecticut. Prepared by C. A. Schott. 

Appendix no. 8. Report for 1888. Wash., 1890. 4<>. (93) p. Folded maps. [3] 

— Notice to mariners. No. 124-136. Jan.-Dec. 1890. [Including index to chart 

corrections for 1890.] Coast of the United States. njt.p. Wash., 1890. .4°. 
sheets. [3] 



1891.] 



PtfBLlC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 2ll 



United States. Coast and Geodetic Survey, continued* 

— Report of the Soperintendent, showing the progress of the work for the year 

ending Jane 1888-89. Wash., 1889-90. 2 v. 4°. Folded maps, charts, etc. [3] 

Commissary- General of Subsistence, 

— Annual report to the Secretary of War for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1890. 

Wash., 1890. 8°. [3] 

Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries. 

— Bulletin. Vol. 8. 1888. Wash., 1890. 1. 8°. [4] 

— Review of the fisheries of the Great Lakes in 1885. Compiled by H. M. Smith 

and M. M. Snell, with introdaction and description of fishing vessels and boats, 
by J. W. Collins. Wash., 1890. 8°. 333 p. Folded plates and maps. [3] 

Commissioner of Railroads, 

— Report to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. [4] 

Comptroller of the Currency, 

— Annaal report, Dec. 1, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8<'. [3] 

— Same, [2d ed.] Wash., 1890. 2 v. 8°. [3] 

Congress. 

— Act to reduce duties on imports, and to reduce internal taxes, and for other pur- 

poses. n,t.p. [1872.] 8°. 31 p. [3] 

— Interstate ooipmerce law. See Wentwortli, J. T. 

— Journal of the executive proceedings of the Senate, from the commencement of 

the Ist to the termination of the 19th Congress. Vol. 1-3. Wash., 1828- [29]. 

• 8 V. 8«>. [1] 

Contents. 

Vol. 1. 1789—1806. 
». 1805-16. 
8. 181i^29. 

— Same. March 4, 1829— March 3, 1869. Vol. 4-16. Wash., 1887. 15 v. 8<>. [1] 

Content*. 

Vol.4. 1829-87. Vol.11. 1866-61. 

5. 1887-41. 12. 1861— R2. 

6. 1841-46. 18. 1862-64. 

7. 1846-48. 14. 1864-66. 

8. 1848—62. 15. 1866—67. 

9. 1862-66. 16. 1867—69. 
10. 1866-68. 

— Laws relating to currency, finance, and banking, 1789-1891. See Dunbar, C. F. 

— Memorial addresses on the life and character of William Pitt Fessenden, in the 

Senate and House of Representatives, 4l8t Congress, 2d sess., Dec. 14, 1869. 
Wash., 1870. 1. 8®. 82 p. Portrait. [2] 

— Official congressional directory, [51st Congress, 2d 'session]. By W. H. 

Michael. Ist ed. Corrected to Dec. 3, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. Map. [3] 

— Same, 2ded. Corrected to Jan. 15, 1891. Wash., 1891. 8^ Map. [3] 

— Statutes, l8t-2d session, 51st Congress, 1889-91, and recent treaties, etc. Wash., 

1890. 2 V. 1. 8®. [2] 
~ Testimony taken by the subcommittee on the tariff of the Senate committee on 
finance in connection with the bill H. R. 9051, to reduce taxation and simplify 
the laws in relation to the collection of the revenue. Wash., 1888. 2 v. 8®. 
642 p.; 643-1185, Iv p. (50th Cong. 1st sess. Sen. report, no. 2332, part 
2-3) [8] 

— See National Executive Silver Committee. 

(22d Congress. 2d session, Dec. 1832— i/arcA 1888.) 

— Senate documents. Vol. 2. Wash., 1832. %^. [2] 

(48^A Congress. 1st session, Dec, 1%%\—Aug. 1882.) 

— House miscellaneous documents. Vol. 27. Wash., 1884. 4*^. [2] 



212 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

United States. CongretSt contintted, 

(50/A Congreat. Ut ssBsion, Dec. 1887— Oc^. 1888.) 

— Reports of committees of the Senate. Vol. 3, 4, 8. Wash., 1888. 3 v. 8°. [2] 

— Senate miscellaneous documents. Vol. 3. Wash., 1890. 1. 8°. [2] 

— Executive document. Vol. 21-22, 26, 28-31. Wash., 1889. 7 v. 8°. [2] 

— Reports of committees of the House. Vol. 2-11. Wash., 1888. 10 v. 8°. [2] 

— House miscellaneous documents. Vol. 2, 15, 19, 2U23, 24-25. Wash., 1889-90. 

8 V. with atlas to v. 24. 8°. [2] 

(both Congress, 2d aeaHon, Dec. 1888— ifarcA 1889.) 

— Senate executive documents, 2d session, 50th Congress, and special session of the 

Senate, March 4, 1889. Vol. 2. Wash., 1889. 8<>. [2] 

— Reports of committees of the Senate. Vol. 3, 5. Wash., 1889. 2 v. 8°. [2] 

— Senate miscellaneous documents. Vol. 2-4. Wash., 1889-90. 3 y. 8° and 

4°. [2] 

— Executive documents. Vol. 1, 2, 10, 12-13, 15, 22, 27. Wash., 1889-90. 8 v. in 

7 V. 8°, 1 v. 1. 8», 1 V. 4°. [2] 

— House miscellaneous documents. Vol. 2, 4, 9, 14. Wash., 1889-90. 3 v. 8^, 

1 V. 4°. [3] 

{but Congreaa. \at aeaaion, Dec. IS69— Oct 1890.) 

— Journal of the Senate. Wash., 1889-90. 4°. [2] 

— Journal of the House of Representatives. Wash., 1890. 4°. [2] 

— Senate executive documents. Vol. 6-7, 12, 14-17. Wash., 1890. 7 v. 4°. [2] 

— Senate miscellaneous documents. Vol. 6. Wash., 1890. 1 v. 1. S°. [2] 

— Executive documents. Vol. 23, 43. Wash., 1890. 2 v. 8^. [2] 

— House miscellaneous documents. Vol. 5, 20, 32, 37, 40, 41, 43. Wash., 1890-91. 

3 v. 4°, 4 Y. 8°. [2] 

(blat Gongreaa. 2d aeaaion^ Dec, 1890— iTarcA 1891.) 

— Journal of the Senate. Wash., 1890- [91]. 4°. [2] 

Constitution, 

— See Baker, A. J.;— Bonnefoux, L.;— Brewster, F. E.; — Hewitt, 

W. C. ; — MlUer, S. F. ;— Tiedeman, C. G. 

Contula, 

— Reports from consuls. Vol. 33-35. No. 116-127. May 1890— April 1891. 

Wash., 1890-91. 3 v. 8°. [3] 

— Special consular reports. Vol. 1. Wash., 1890. 8^ [3] 

Contents. 

Cotton textiles in fbreijrn ooantries. — Files in Spanlsli America. — Carpet manafaeture in 
foreign ooantries. — Malt and beer in Spanish America. — Fruit cultore in Ibrcign ooantrles. 

Court of Claims. 

— See Nott, C. C, and Hopkins, A. Cases, 1889-90, v. 26. 

Courts. 

— See iMsvyer^^ Co-operative Publishing Company. General digest, 1890, 

V. 5 ^ — Lawyers' Reports annotated, book 6-8 ; — National Reporter system. 
Blue label book 

{Railway Caaea.) 

— See Lewis, J. American railroad and corporation reports. 

Ctutoms. 

— See Downing, R. F., & Co. 

Department of Agriculture, 

— Catalogue of eoononiic plants in the collection of the Department. By William 

Saunders. Wash., 1891. 8®. 42 p. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 213 

United States. Department of Agriculture^ continued. 

<— Papers on horticoltaral and kindred subjects. By William Saunders. Wash., 
1891. 8<>. 124 p. [3] 

— [2d] report of the Secretary, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8®. [3] 

{Bureau of Animal Indmtry.) 

— Special report on diseases of the horse. Under the direction of D. E. Salmon by 

Dr. Michener, etc. Wash., 1890. 8°. 556 p. Plates. [3] 

— Special report on the cause and preyention of swine plague. By T. Smith. 

Wash., 1891. 8''. 166 p. Plates. [3] 

{Division of Botany.) 

— Contributions from the U. S. national herbarium. No. 1-2. Wash., 1890. 

8<». [3] 

Contenlt, 



No. 1 . Vaaey, O., and Rose* J. N. List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in 
1888 in southern Caliromia, [and] In 1889 at Lagoon Head, Cedros Island, San 
Benito Island, Ooadalape Island, Head of the Oalf of California. 
>• C^alter, J. M. Upon a collection of plants made by O. C. Nealley in the region 
of tbe Rio Grande, in Texas, flrom Brazos Santiago to El Paso County. 

{Divieion of Chemistry.) 

— Bulletin. No. 28-30. Wash., 1890^91. 8°. [3] 

Contents. 

No. 98. Ai»»*«iatloii of Ofllelssl Avrlcaltaral CTliemists. Proceedings, 7th 
annual convention, Aug. 28-80, 1890. 
S9. Wiley* H. W. Record of experiments with sorghum in 1890. 
80. — Experiments with sugar beets In 1890. 

{IHvision of Entomology.) 

— Bulletin. No. 25. Wash., 1891. S^. Plates and map. [3] 

ConterUs. 
No. 85. Riley, C. V. Destructive locusts. 

— Periodical bulletin, Aug. 1890— June 1891. Vol. 3, no. 1-10. Wash., 1890-91. 

8*>. [3] 

{Division of Forestry.) 

— Bulletin. No. 6. Wash., 1891. 8«>. [3] 

Contents. 
No. 5. Fentow* B. E. What is forestry? 

{Division of Microscopy.) 

— Report of tbe microscopist, 1890. By Thomas Taylor. Wash., 1891. 8°. 

Illns. [3] 

{Division of Ornithology and Mammalogy.) 

— North American fauna. No. 4-5. Wash., 1890-91. 8°. Plates. [3] 

Contents, 

No. 4. Herrisun, C. H. Descriptions of twenty-six new species of North American 
mammals. 
5. Herrlsuu, C. H., and Stelne^er, L. Results of a biological reconnolssance of 
south-central Idaho.— Merrlam, C. H. Descriptions of a new genus and two 
new species of North American manmials. 

{Division of Pomology.) 

— Bulletin. No. 8. Wash., 1890. 8''. [3] 

Contents. 



Mo. 8. MvaaOM* T. V. Classlflcatlon and generic synopsis of tbe wild grapes of North 
America. 

{Division of Statistics.) 

— Album of agricultural graphics. Values per acre of crops of the United States. 

Wash., 1890. obi. S^. 6 p. Maps. [3] 

— Report of tbe statistician. New series. No. 78-88. Oct. 1890— Sept. 1891. 

Wash., 1890-91. 8^. [3] 



214 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

United States. Department of Agriculture ^ continued. 

{Division of Vegetable Pathology.) 

— Circular. No. 10. Wash., 1891. 8°. [3] 

Contenti. 

No. 10. Oalloway, B. T. Treatment of noraery stock for leaf-blight and powdery 
mildew. 

— Periodical bulletin. Vol. 6. [1890.] Wash., 1891. 8®. [3] 

ContentB. 

Vol. 6. The Journal of Mycology : devoted especially to the study of ftangi In their nlatlon 
to plant diseases. 

{Office of Experiment Stations.) 

— Experiment station bulletin. No. 2, part 2. Wash., 1891. 8^^. [3] 

Contents. 

No. S. Part 3. Digest of the annaal reports of the agricultural experiment stations In 
. the United States for 1888. 

^ Experiment station record. Aug. 1890— July 1891. Vol. 2. Wash., 1890-91. 
8o. [3] 

— Farmers* bulletin. No. 3-4. Wash., 1891. 8°. [3] 

Contents.^ 

No. 8. fFlley, H. W. Culture of the sugar beet. 

4. Oallowsky, B. T. Fungous diseases of the grape and their treatment. 

— Miscellaneous bulletin. No. 3. Wash., 1891. 8^ [3] 

Content*. 

No. S. Assoelatlon or American Aff rlcnltnral CoUeses and Ezperl- 
ment Stations. Proceedings of the 4th annual conrention, Champaign, 
III., Not. 11-13, 1890. 

— Report of the Director, 1889. Author's ed. From the Annual report of the 

Department of Agriculture, 1889. [Wash., 1889.] 8®. [3] 

Department of the Interior. 

— Register containing a list of persons employed in the Department appointed by 

the President or by the Secretary of the Interior. Corrected to Jan. 1, 1891. 
Wash., 1891. 8°. ix, 306 p. [3] 

— Report of the Secretary, [1855-69; 1871, v. 2; 1872, v. 2; 1873, v. 2; 1874-76]; 

1879, [v. 3] ; June 30, 1881, v. 3; 1882, v. 3-4; 1886, v. 6; 1888. [v. 4] ; 1889, 
V. 1-3. Wash., 1855-90. 34 v. S° and 1. S°. Folded maps and plans. [3] 

The titles vary. 

— Report regarding the receipt, distribution, and sale of public documents on behalf 

of the government, 1889-90. Wash , 1891. 8®. [3] 

Department of the Navy. 

— Regulations governing the admission of candidates into the Naval Academy as 

naval cadets. 1891-92. h.t.p. [Wash., 1891.] 8®. [3] 

Department of the Post Office. 

— [Annual report of the Postmaster-General, June 30, 1868.] Wash., 1868. 8^'. 

[3, Hon, Edward I. Thomas^ Brookline.] 

— Daily bulletin of orders affecting the postal service. Vol. 11. Jan. 2—Dec. 81. 

1890. No. 2998—3304. [Wash., 1890.] f° sheets. [3] 

— Postal savings banks. An argument in their favor by the Postmaster-Oeneral. 

Wash., 1891. 8®. 72 p. [3] 

— Report of the Second Assistant Postmaster-Oeneral. 1888, 89. Wash., 1888-89, 

2 V. 8°. [3] 

— United States ofDcial postal guide, 2d series. Vol. 12, no. 4-10, April-Dec. 1890. 

Wash., [1890]. [3] 

— Same. 2d series. Vol. 13, no. 1-9, Jan.-^ept. 1891. Bait., [1891]. sm. 8^ [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 215 

United States, contintted. 

Department of State. 

— French spoliation claims. Commanication from the Secretary of State, accom- 

panied by a report of S. P. Tock, etc. n,t,p. [Wash., 1888.] 8°. 172 p. (50th 
Cong. 1st sess. Exec, doc, no. 309.) [3] 

— French spoliations. Report of the Secretary of State relative to the papers on file 

in the Department concerning the unpaid claims of citizens of the United 
States against France for spoliations prior to July 31, 1801. Wash., 1886. 8°. 
324 p. [3] 

— Letter of the Secretary of State transmitting a report on the commercial relations 

of the United States with foreign nations, Sept. 30, 1868. Wash., 1869. 8^. [3, 
Hon. Edward I. Thomas, Brookline.] 

— Same. Annual report on the commercial relations between the United States and 

foreign nations, Sept., 1870, 71, 73. Wash., 1871-74. 3 v. 8°. [3] 

— Papers relating to foreign affairs accompanying the annual message of the Presi- 

dent, 2d sess. 37th Cong., [1861-62] ; 2d sess. 38th Cong., [1864-65] (4 y.) ; 
2d sess. 39th* Cong., [1866-67] (3 v.) ; 2d sess. 40th Cong., [1867-68] (2 v.). 
Wash., 1861-68. 10 v. 8°. [3] 

The title, 1861-62, ▼. 1 1864-65, v. 1-2 1867-68, reads, '' Message of the President, and 
accompanying documents to the two houses of Congress." 

— Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, with the annual 

message of the President, Dec. 4, 1871, Dec. 3, 1889. Wash., 1871-90.' 2 v. 8°. 
Folded maps. [3] 

— Reciprocity treaties with Latin America. Message of the President and letter of 

the Secretary of State submitting the recommendations of the International 
American Conference. Wash., 1890. 8^^. 13 p. [3] 

— Report on the commercial relations of the United States with all foreign nations. 

[By] Edmund Flagg. Vol. 3-4. Wash., 1867. 2 v. 4°. [3] 

— Seal fisheries of Behring Sea. Message from the President transmitting a letter 

from the Secretary of State, with accompanying papers, touching the subjects in 
dispute between the United States and Great Britain in the Behring Sea, includ- 
ing all communications since March 4, 1889. Wash., 1890. 8^ 96, (1) p. Folded 
maps. (51st Cong. 1st sess. Exec, doc, no. 450.) [3] 
^ Seal fisheries of the Behring Sea. Message from the President transmitting a 
letter from the Secretary of State submitting the official correspondence between 
the United States and Great Britain tohching the seal fisheries of the Behring Sea 
since the 19th of July last. Wash., 1890. 8°. (1), 53 p. Folded maps. (Slst 
Cong. 2d sess. ' Exec, doc, no. 144.) [3] 

D^artment of the Treasury, 

— An account of the receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 

1887. Wash., 1890. 8°. [4] 

— Annual report of the Register to the Secretary of the Treasury, June 30, 1890. 

Wash , 1890. S^. 210 p. [3] 

— Annual report of the Secretary on the state of the finances, 1890. Wash., 1891.* 

8«. [3] 

— The improvement of the harbor of Galyeston. Report to the Secretary of the 

Treasury, by J. Nimmo, Jr. Wash., 1884. 8°. (I), 31 p. (48th Cong. 1st 
sess. Sen. miscel. doc, no. 111.) [1] 

— Refunding of the national debt. Notes of an interview between the finance com- 

mittee of the Senate, and the Secretary of the Treasury, the Comptroller of the 
Currency, and the Treasurer of the United States. Wash., 1881. 8^ 67 p. [I] 

— Statement of the debt of the United States for Sept. 1890— June 1891. [No. 3-12. 

Series of 1890. Wash., 1890-91.] Broadsides. [3] 

— Synopsis of sundry decisions rendered by the Treasury Department under the 

tariff and other acts, 1868-79, 90. Wash., 1868-91. 13 v. sm. 4° and 8^ [1, 3] 

The title, 1872-79, 90, reads " Synopsis of sundry decisions on the.constroction of the tariff, 
naTigation, and other acts." 



216 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

United States, continued. » 

Department of War. 

— Annnal report of the Secretary, [1854, 66, 67 (2 ▼.) , 68 (2 v.) . 69 (2 v.)] , 7C (2 v.) , 

[71 (2 V.)], 72 (2 v.), [73 (3 v.), 74 (2 v. In 3)], 76 (4 v. In 6), [76 (4 y. in 6)], 
77 (4 V. in 6). Wash., 1854-77. 36 v. 8°. Folded maps. [3] 

The titles vary. 

— Tlie war of the rebellion : a compilation of the official records of the Union and 

Confederate armies. Bv R. N. Scott. Series 1. Vol. 29, part 2; y. 3(V-36. 

Wash., 1890-91. 18 v. 8°. [3] 

Vol. 30-86, published under the direction of Kedfleld Proctor, by G. B. DaviB and othen. 

— See Batesy E. 

Engineer Department. 

— Annual report of the Chief of Engineers, 1890. Wash., 1890. 4 y. 8<>. [3] 

— Annnal report npon the improvement of certain rivers and harbors in Massacha- 

setts, in charge of S. M. Manstield; being appendix B of the annnal report of 
the Chief of Engineers, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8^ Folded plan, [a] 

Entomological Commieeion. 

— 5th report, being a revised edition of Bulletin no. 7, on insects iqjnrions to forest 

and shade trees. With cuts and plates. Wash., 1890. 8^. [3] 

Ea^loring Expedition, 

— See Reynolds, J. N. 

Freedmen's Hospital, 

— Report to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. C. B. Panris, Snrgeon4n-Chief. 

Wash., 1890. 8°. [4] 

General Land Office. 

— Report of the Commissioner, 1860 ; Annnal report, June 30, 1890. Wash., 1860- 

90. 2 V. 8°. [3] 

Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories, 
F. V. Haydenf geologist- in-charge. 

— Preliminary field report of the United States Geological Survey of Colorado and 

New Mexico. Wash., 1869. 8^. 155 p. [3, Hon. Edward I. Thomas, Brookline,] 

Geological Survey. 

— 9th annual report, 1887-88. By J. W. Powell. Wash., 1889. 1. 8°. Plates and 

maps. [3] 

Contents. 

Report of the director. —-Administrative reports. -3- DnttOB, C. E. The Charleston earth- 




Utah and Wyoming. 

— Circular concerning publications [of the Survey]. n.t.p. [1890.] 4°. 12 p. [3] 

— Mineral waters. By A. C. Peale. Abstract firom "Mineral resources of the 

United States, 1888." Wash., 1890. 8®. (9) p. [3] 

— Monographs. Vol. 1. Wash., 1890. 4^. iv, xx, 438 p. Maps and plates. [3] 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. Clilb«rt, O. K. Lake Bonneville. 

— On the geology and physiography of northwestern Colorado, Utah, and Wyo- 

ming. By C.A.White Wash., 1890. 1. 8°. (41) p. MapandiUus. \d,Atahor.] 

— [Topographical atlas of the United States. Henry Gannett, chief topographer, 

O. H. Cook and others, geographers-in-charge.] 89 sheets. [Wash., 1889-91.] 
Scale, vaiiJTf'^TTjVou- Size, about 17.5X14.6 in. [3] 

Government Hospital for the Insane. 

— Report to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8®. [4] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 217 

United States, continued. 

Hydrographic Office. 

— Annual report of the Hydrographer, Jane 30, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. 83 p. [4^ 

— The average form of isolated sabmarine peaks, by G. W. Llttlehales. Under the 

direction of R. Cloyer. Wash., 1890. 8<'. 7 p. Folded diagrams. ([Pabl.], 
no. 95.) [3] 
~ Catalogue of charts, plans, sailing directions, and other pabllcations, April 1, 

1890. Wash., 1890. 4?. 101 p. Charts. [3] 

— The drift of bottle papers in the North Atlantic. Supplement to the Pilot chart 

of the North Atlantic Ocean, Jaly 1891. Broadside. [3] 

— List of lights of the world. Yol. 1. East and west coast of North America, 

including the West India and Pacific Islands. Corrected to Sept. 1888, by 
Boynton Leach. Wash., 1888. 8<>. 423, xxTii p. ( [Publ.] , no. 30.) [3] 

— Satne. Revised supplement. Corrected to Oct. 1, 1889. Wash., 1889. 8^'. 

33 p. [3] 

— Same, Vol. 2. South and east coasts of Asia and AfHca and the East Indies, 

including Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand. Corrected to Nov. 1888, by ' 
Boynton Leach. Wash., 1888. 8^ 237, xvii p. ([Publ.], no. 31.) [8] 

— Same. Revised supplement. Corrected to March 8, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. 

23 p. [3] 

— Same. Vol. 3. West coast of AfHca and the Mediterranean Sea, including the 

Adriatic, the BlaclL Sea, and the Sea of Azov. Corrected to Jan. 1889, by Boyn- 
ton Leach. Wash., 1889. 8°. 325, xxii p. -([Publ.], no. 32.) [3] 

— Same. Revised supplement. Corrected to April 16, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. 

17 p. [3] 

— Same. Vol. 4. Revised supplement. Atlantic coast of Europe and the southern 

shores of the English Channel and North Sea. Corrected to Oct. 1, 1890. 
Wash., 1890. 8<'. 33 p. [3] 

— Same. Vol. 5. North, Baltic, and White Seas. Corrected to March 1890, by 

Boynton Leach. Wash., 1890. 8^ 333, xvii p. ([Pabl.], no. 74.) [3] 

— Notices to mariners. 1890. [62 nos.] Wash., 1891. %^. [3] 

— Pilot chart of the North Atlantic Ocean, Nov. 1890— Sept. 1891. Wash., 1890-91. 

Broadsides. [3] 

— Same. Supplement to Jan. 1891. Ice in the North Atlantic. Season of 1889- 

90. [Wash., 1891.] Broadside. [3] 

— Telegraphic determination of longitudes in Mexico, Central America, the West 

Indies, and on the north coast of South America. By J. A. Norris and C. Laird. 
Appended, a report on magnetic observations by C. Laird [and others].' 
Wash., 189L 4°. 189 p. Charts. ([Publ.], no. 97.) [3] 

ItUerstate Commerce Commistion. 

— 2d annual report on the statistics of railways in the United States, June 30, 1889. 

Wash., 1890. 8° [3] 

— 4th annual report, Dec. 1, 1890. Wash., 1890. S^. [4] 

— Vol. 3. Reports and decisions, March 25, 1889— May 21, 1890. N. T., 1890. 

8«. [3] 

Life- Saving Service, 

— Annual report of operations for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1889. Wash., 

1891. 8o. [3] 

Light'House Board. 

— Annual report, June 30, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. Folded maps and plates. [4] 

— Bulletin of recent changes in aids to navigation. No. 1, 4. June, Sept. 1891. 

[Wash., 1891.] 4®. [3] 

— List of beacons, buoys, stakes, and other day-marks in the 4th light- house district. 

From a point on the coast opposite the mouth of the Shrewsbury River, N. J., 
to Metomkin Inlet, Va. Corrected to Sept. 1, 1890. Wash., 1891. 4°. 30, 
(l)p. [3] 



218 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

United States. Light'EousB Boards continued, 

— Same, 5th light-house district. From Metomkin Inlet, Va., to New River Inlet, 

N. C. Corrected to Aug. 1, 1890. Wash., 1890. 4<'. 92 p. [3] 

— Same, 6th light-house district. From New River Inlet, N. C, to Japiter Inlet, 

Fla., and including the Indian River. Corrected to Nov. 1, 1889. Wash., 1890. 
4°. 89 p. [3J 

— Same, Corrected to Nov. 1, 1890. Wash., 1891. 4°. 39 p. [3] 

— Sams, 7th light-house district. From Japiter Inlet to Perdido River. Cor- 

rected to Oct. 1, 1890. Wash., 1891. 4<'. 36 p. [3] 
^- Same, 8th light-hOuse district. From Mobile, Ala., to the Rio Grande, Texas. 
Corrected to Dec. 31, 1890. Wash., 1891. 4°. 19 p. [3] 

— Same, 9th light-house district. Includes all aids to navigation on Lake Michi- 

gan, Oreen Bay, and tributary waters lying west of a line drawn across the 
Straits of Mackinac at old Mackinac Point. Corrected to the opening of navi- 
gation, 1891. Wash., 1891. 4°. 19 p. [3] 

— Same, 10th light-house district. Embracing the American shores and waters 

of the St. Lawrence River, Lake Ontario, Niagara River, Lake Erie, and the 
lower part of Detroit River. Corrected to the opening of navigation, 1891. 
Wash., 1891. 4°. 32 p. [3] 

— Same, 11th light-house district. From Grassy Island light-station, in the 

Detroit River, to head of navigation in Lake Superior and tributaries. Cor- 
rected to the opening of navigation, 1891. Wash., 1891. 4<'. 24 p. [3] 

— Same, 12th light-hoase district. Sea-coast and bays of California. Corrected 

to Oct. 1, 1890. Wash., 1891. 4°. 19 p. [3] 

— Same, 13th light-house district. From the southern boundary of Oregon to the 

northern boundary of Washington and Alaska Territory. Corrected to Oct. 1, 
1890. Wash., 1891. 40. 31 p. [3] 

— List of lights and fog-signals on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United 

States. Corrected to Jan. 1, 1891. Wash., 1891. 4°. 88 p. Illus. [3] 

— List of lights and fog-signals on the northern lakes and rivers ; and also of the 

lights and fog-signals of Canada on those waters. Corrected to the opening of 
navigation, 1891. Wash., 1891. 4^^. 68 p. Folded chart. [3] 

— List of lights and fog-signals on the Pacific coast of the United States and of the 

lights and fog-signals of the dominion of Canada on the coast ef British Colum- 
bia. Corrected to Jan. 1, 1889. Wash., 1891. 4°. 29 p. [3] 

— Notices to mariners. No. 54-94, [Sept. 6— Dec. 30, 1890]. Wash., 1890. Broad- 

sides. [3] 

Major-General Commanding the Army, 

— Report to the Secretary of War, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. Folded sheets. [4] 

Marine Hospital Service, 

— Abstract of sanitary reports, Jan. 3— Dec. 26, 1890. Vol. 5. [Wash., 1890.] 

8°. [3] 

Ko. 1-2, entitled ** Weekly abstract of sanitary reports," etc. 

— Annual report of the Supervising Surgeon-General, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8**. [4] 

Military Academy at West Point, 

— Information relative to the appointment and admission of cadets. n.t,p, [189- ?] 

40. (4) p. [3] 

— Official register of the officers and cadets, June 1890-91. [N. Y., 1890-91.] 

12°. [3] 

— See CuUum, G. W. 

National Museum, 

The expedition to the Funk Island, with observations upon the history and 

anatomy of the great auk. By F.A.Lucas. Wash., 1890. 8®. (38) p. Plates 
and lllns. [3, Author.] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 3. 219 

United States. National Museum, continued, 

— Fire-making apparatus in the Museum. By Walter Hough. Wash., 1890. 8^. 

(57) p. Plates and illus. [3, Auth(yr,'\ 

— Report upon the condition and progress of the Museum during the year ending 

June 30, 1888. By G. B. Goode. Wash., 1890. S^*. 84 p. [3] 

— See Dewey, F. P. 

Naval Ac<idemy at Annapolis, 

— Annual register, 39th, 40th, [46th] academic year, 1888-89-90-91.. Wash., 

1889-91. 8°. [3] 

The namber of the academic year was amended, 1891, by the addition of Ave years, reckoning 
flrom 1845, the year in which the Academy was first opened; thas the report for 1890/91 Is 
numbered as the 46th not the 41st. 

— See Pegraniy J. C. 

Naval Observatory, 

— Observations made during 188&-86. Wash., 1891. 2 y. 4®. [3] 

— Report of the Superintendent, 1890, June 30. Wash., 1890. S^*. [3] 

Office of Indian Affairs, 

— 59th annual report to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8^. [4] 

Office of Internal Revenue, 

— Report of the Commissioner on the operations of the internal revenue system, 

June 30, 1868. Wash., 1868. ^^, [3, Hon, Edward I, Thomas, Brookline,] 

Office of Naval Intelligence, 

— General information series. No. 9. Information from abroad, June 1890. 

Wash., 1890. 8°. Folded map and plates, illus. [3] 

Contenti. 
No. 9. A year*8 naval progress. Annual of the Office of Naval Intelligence. 

Office Supervising Inspector" General of Steam-Vessels, 

— Circular. Amended steamboat rules and regulations. Feb. 18, 1891. n,t,p. 

Wash., 1891. 40. 7 p. [3] 

Ordnance Department, 

— Annual report of the Chief of Ordnance for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1890. 

Wash., 1890. S^. Folded plates. [3] 

— Notes on the construction of ordnance. No. 55-57. nJ,p, Wash, 1890-91. 4°. 

Folded plates. [3] 

Patent Office, 

— Annual report of the Commissioner, 1889. Wash., 1890. 1. 8*». [3] 

— Official gazette. Vol. 50-52. Jan. 7— Sept. 30, 1890. Wash., 1890. 3v. 1.8®. [3] 

— Specifications and drawings of patents issued for Jan.- June 1800. Wash., 1890. 

2 V. in 4. 1. 8°. [3] 

— See Lowery, W. ; — Perkins^ J. M. 

Paymaster GeneraVs Office. 

— Quarterly station list of the officers of the Pay Department, United States Army, 

Jan. 1, 1891, July 1, 1891. n.tp, [Wash., 1891.] 8®. [3] 

Pension Office. 

— Annual report of the Commissioner of Pensions, June 30, 1890. Wash., 1890. 

80. [3] 

President, 

— Message [and accompanying documents] from the President, 1849, 61- [54]. 

Wash., 1849-54. 7 y. S°. [3] 

liatnely. 

1st less. 81st Ck>ng., 1849-50, part 3. 

1st sess. 82d Gong., 18A1.2, part 8. 

2d sess. 32d Cong., 1862-8, part 1. 

Ist sess. 88d Cong., 18fi8-4, part 1-2. 

2d sess. 33d Cong., 18M-6, part 1-2. 



220 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

United States. Pretident, continued, 

— The President'B message, 1887. With lUns. by Thomas Nast ; [also, Bepablican 

recommendations for a redaction of the tariff] . N. T., 1888. 12^. 38 p. [1] 

— Proclamation [appointing 27th Nov., 1890, a day of prayer and thanksgiving. 

Wash., 1890.] f«. (12) p. [4] 

Quartemuuter- General, 

— Annaal report, Jane 30. 1890. Wash., 1890. 8^'. [3] 

' Record and Pension Divinon, War Department. 

— Report of the officer in charge to the Secretary of War. n.p., 1890. 8^. [3] 

Secret Service, Treaninf, 

— Report of the Chief to the Secretary of the Treasnry for the year ended Jane 30, 

1889-90. Wash., 1889-90. S"*. [3] 

Signal Service, 

— Annaal report of the ChieF Signal Officer, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. [3] 

— Annaal summary for 1890 Sopplement to Monthly Weather Review for Dec. 

1890. By H. U. C. Danwoody. Wash., 1891. 4<>. Folded charts. [4] 

— Monthly Weather Review. Jan.-Dec. 1890. [Vol. 18, no. 1-12.] Wash., 1890. 

4<>. Charts. [3] 

— Summaries of international meteorological observations. Jan.-Dec. 1888. Wash., 

1889-90. 4°. [3] 

— War department weather map[8]. Form 106 B [and] form D. Observations 

taken at8 a.m and 8 p.m. for Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts 
and Rhode Island, Oct. 1, 1890— Sept. 30, 1891. Bost., 1890-91. Size abont 
13X22 in. [3] 

Since July 2, 1891, the maps have been tosiied by the Weather Boreau of the Department of 
Agriculture. 

Steamboat Inspection Service. 

— Annaal report of the Supervising Inspector-General of Steam-Vessels, Jane 80, 

1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. [3] 

— Proceedings, 39th annual meeting of the Board of Supervising Inspectors of 

Steam- Vessels, Jan. 1891. Wash., 1891. 2 pt. 8^ [3] 

Superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation, Ark. 

— Report to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. Wash., 1890. S^, [3] 

Superintendent of Indian Schools. 

— Report, 1890. Wash., 1891. 8». [4] 

Supreme Court. 

— Decisions on the law of patents for inventions, 109-114 U. S., 1883-84. See 

liowery, W. 

— United States reports, v. 137-140. Cases adjudged in the Supreme Court, 1890- 

[91]. J. C. B. Davis, reporter. [Vol. 30-33.] N. Y., 1890-91. 4 v. 8<>. [1] 
'— See Caraoiiy H. L.;— WUloughby, W. W. 

Sur geon- General* s Office. 

— Index-catalogue of the library of the office. Authors and subjects. Vol. 11-12. 

Wash., 1890-91. 2 v. 1. 8<>. [3] 

ContentM. 

Vol. 11. PhflBdronus— Regent. 
IS. Bcger— Sbnttleworth. 

— Report of the Surgeon-General of the Army for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 
. 1890. Wash., 1890. 8<>. [3] 

— Station-list of officers of the Medical Department and hospital stewards of the hos- 

pital corps. United States Army, March 31, 1891. Wash., 1891. 8<>. 18 p. [3] 



1891.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 221 

United States^ continued. 

Treaties, 

{Mexico^ Jan. 20, 1883, Reciprocity.) 

— See Mexico* Secretaria de FomerUo. 

Utah Commission. 
~ Report to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. [3] 

Washington Hospital for Foundlings, 

— Report of the directors to the Secretary of the Interior, 1890. Wash., 1890. 8°. 

6 p. [8] 

Agricidture, 

— See liOring, O. B. 

Army and Navy, 

— See Heitman, F. B. ; — Walte, H. £. 

Biography, 

— See Perry, B. F. 

Botany, 

— See Newhall, C. S. 

Commerce. 

— See Nitobe (formerly Ota), I. ; — Waterhouse, S. 

Bdtication, 

— See Ontario. Legislature, 

Elections. 

— See Hoar, G. F. 

Finance, 

— See Butler, B. F.; — Daises, H. L.; — Emery, Mrs, S. E. V. ; — Kelley, 

W, D, ; — Lord, E. ; — Pressure, etc, ; — Randolph, C. F. ; — Randolph, 
J. ; — United States. Congress ; — Wheeler, E. P. 

Government and Politics, 

— See Green, J. W. ; — Hewitt, A. S. ; — Hosmer, J. K. ; — Maclay, W. ; — 

Motley, J. L. ; — Norton, C. L. ; — Six Republican confessions ; — Rock- 
well, J. 

History, 

— See Adams, H. ; — Broi^n, A., ed, 

{Colonial period,) 

— See Thwaites, R. O. 

(Bevolution, 1775-83.) 

— See Blanchard, J. P. ; — Fiske, J. ; — Price, R. ; — Stevens, B. F., ed, 

(Far 0/1812-16.) 

— Sm Perkins, N. 

( War with Mexico, 1846-48.) 

— See Bement, W. ; — Holmes, E. B. 

(Civil toar, 1861-66.) 

— See Coifin, C. C. ; — Guild, S. £. ; — Hunt, £. M. ; — Ijaboulaye, E. 

(R. L.) ; — Mills, R. C. ; — Nason, W. A. ; — Phisterer, F. ; — Pickett, 
C. E. ; — Sherman, W. T. ; — Ward, C. 

Jurisprudence. 

— See Ordronaux, J. ; — Webster, P. 



222 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

United States, cotUinued. 

Literature, 

— See Gxiswoldy W. M. 

Navy. 

— See Ammeii^ D. ; — CoUum, R. S. 

Social condition. 

— See Avellng, E. and E. M. ; — Bryce, J. ; — Tallack, W. 

Tariff. 

— See Blaine, J. Q.; — Downing, R. F., & Co. ; — Farquhar, A. B.; — 

Hewitt, A. S. ; —Jones, J. P. ; — Low, 8. ; — Moore, J. S. ; -— Ogden, E. 
D. ; — Philpott, H.J.;- Playfair, Sir L. ; — Prostration, etc. ; — Ques- 
tion of tariff revision ; — Ryder, J. ; — Sherman, P.;— United States. 

Congress. 

Territories. 

— See Rockwell, J. 

United States (Separate States) . See American Reports ; — Curtis, R. 

H. ; — Williams, A. 
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234 STATE LIBRAKY. [Oct. 

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Woodbury, Levi. An oration, Hanover, N. H., Aug. 27, 1812, before the Handel, 
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— Private School for Boys. See Fish, C. E. 



236 STATE LIBRARY. [Oct. 

Worcester^ Maaa,^ continued. 

— Worcester and Nashua Railroad Company. Acts of the Legislatures of 

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Vol. 8. Worcester town records, 1784-1800. Ed. by F. P. Rice. 
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